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Richard J. Hanlon CFA, is a co-founder and managing member of Glenville Capital Management. Glenville Capital Management is the general partner of Glenville Capital Partners, a long/short investment partnership investing primarily in US equities. From 2002 through 2007 Mr. Hanlon was a Managing Director and member of the Management Committee at Silvercrest Asset Management Group. Prior to joining Silvercrest, Mr. Hanlon was a Director at Credit Suisse Asset Management co-managing both small and large cap products. He arrived at Credit Suisse as a result of its merger with DLJ, where he worked since 1994 as an analyst and then as Director of Research for DLJ’s asset management subsidiary. Mr. Hanlon received a B.A. in ...More economics from Albany State University in 1987.
- Description: Hedge Fund Manager. Trading frequency: Infrequent
- Interests: Stocks - long, Stocks - short
Glenville Capital Management, LLC Glenville Capital Management is the general partner of Glenville Capital Partners, a long/short investment partnership investing primarily in US equities. The Partnership seeks to generate above average absolute returns to investors, while limiting capital losses. We generally invest in a limited number of ...More
positions, typically not more than 15, primarily in common equity securities, and options. We have also made selective investments in high-yield corporate debt and would do so in the future. The Partnership engages in short selling. We employ a long-term strategy, with potentially long holding periods, emphasizing the achievement of long term capital gains. Investments will be selected through the use of in-depth, bottoms-up, fundamental and valuation analyses. We emphasize valuation in our decision making, believing price paid for any investment is the primary determinant of prospective returns. The Partnership’s investment philosophy is grounded in the belief that superior investment results over multi-year holding periods can be produced by investing in a limited number of concentrated, high-conviction investments. When not fully invested, the Partnership maintains its assets in cash or other liquid instruments having short maturities. The Partnership does not use leverage on the long side; its long positions never exceed 100% of equity capital. The Partnership’s short investment strategy focuses on absolute returns rather than as a hedge against the long portfolio and is more catalyst-oriented.
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