In the Margins

Stradley Ronon adds four in IM group

March 7, 2016

By Stradley Ronon

Stradley Ronon has hired four new partners away from K&L Gates to join its investment management group—two in the Philadelphia firm's new Chicago office. David Glatz and Alan Goldberg are based in Chicago, while Eric Purple and Nicole Trudeau will work in the Washington, D.C., office as partners in the investment management group. With these additions, Stradley Ronon’s investment management practice now has 60 professionals representing registered investment companies, including open-end funds, closed-end funds, interval funds, exchange-traded funds and unit investment trusts. Read the release from Stradley Ronon

 

 

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