GREENWICH, Conn. - Lorrie Landis, of Greenwich, has joined Robin Judson Partners, an executive recruiting firm focused on hedge funds, private equity and investment banking, as Managing Director.
As a managing director, Landis will serve as a senior recruiter on the Robin Judson Partners team. She will be responsible for positions in research, marketing, trading and portfolio management.
Before joining Robin Judson Partners, Landis served as a consultant for two major distressed credit hedge funds on strategy, fund structure and capital raising, which followed three years at the Tulane University Investment Office managing alternative investments. Her prior experience also includes: co-founder and managing general partner of a woman-owned long short credit and distressed hedge fund; nine years as partner, assistant portfolio manager and senior analyst at Caspian Capital Partners (Mariner Investment Group); and, 10 years as vice president and associate in various capacities at Drexel Burnham Lambert in New York Investment Banking, before, during and after the firm’s bankruptcy.
Having held many senior roles in the hedge fund world herself, Landis has a passion for creating and promoting opportunities for women and minorities on investment teams and increasing their representation on corporate boards. Landis notes that coupled with new regulations that mandate diversity, major investors including endowments, foundations and pensions want to see the diversity of their constituents mirrored in the funds they are investing in.
Landis holds an bachelor's degree from Smith College, a master's from Harvard University and an MBA from New York University.
Since opening in 2010, Robin Judson Partners in New York City has cemented its reputation as a top recruitment firm for hedge fund, private equity and investment banking professionals. Connecting its clients with top industry talent, the Robin Judson Partners team works to find candidates that bring the expertise and insights to help their clients excel in their markets.
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