Central Park Group Founders have developed
fund structures tailored to meet the specific
needs of small institutions and qualified
During their careers, offerings have included "first-ever" funds, including registered funds-of-funds, registered single manager hedge funds, a private equity feeder fund with co-investment rights and a healthcare public/private "crossover" fund. They have managed thematic funds-of-funds and have overseen more than $3.5 billion of private equity access funds sponsored by leading firms.
Gregory Brousseau and Mitchell Tanzman have worked as a team for more than 25 years and have extensive experience and relationships in the private equity, hedge fund and real estate communities.
Central Park Group, LLC (2006-Present): Greg and Mitchell co-founded Central Park Group to serve the growing demand for alternative investments from high net worth and smaller institutional investors. The Firm sources private equity, hedge fund, real estate and fund-of-funds managers and develops offerings that are appropriate for a broad range of qualified investors. From time to time, Central Park Group represents third party products that the Firm believes may offer an attractive solution for investors.
UBS Financial Services Alternative Investment Group (1998-2005): Greg and Mitchell founded the UBS alternative investment platform for private clients in the U.S. ($8.0 billion). The group sourced, created and distributed over 25 private equity funds, hedge funds and funds-of-funds. These funds offered clients attractive, risk-adjusted, performance-driven vehicles in diverse strategies, asset classes and sectors. Additionally, Greg and Mitchell had portfolio responsibility for 10 funds-of-hedge funds and oversaw the exchange fund, a private investment and managed futures businesses for the firm. In 2003, the UBS Alternative Investment Group received the InvestHedge Product of the Year Award.
Oppenheimer & Co. Alternative Investments (1993-1998): Greg and Mitchell established one of the earliest and most extensive alternative investment platforms in the U.S. ($2.5 billion). The group developed 15 offerings - recruited and oversaw nine proprietary hedge fund managers. Strategies included merger arbitrage, distressed debt, long/short U.S. equity, emerging and international long/short equity.
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