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Citadel’s Scott Rafferty Joins Sterling Bay

Scott Rafferty (pictured) is joining Sterling Bay in the newly-created role of director of investor relations, effective Sept. 17. Rafferty held a similar post for the past 18 years at locally-based Citadel, one of the world’s largest hedge funds.

At Sterling Bay, Rafferty will lead initiatives to grow and deploy capital across existing and future investment opportunities. He will establish relationships with global endowments, corporate pensions, sovereign wealth funds and institutional investors.

“Scott has an extraordinary appreciation for what it takes to develop a diverse capital base, provide scalable value and build lasting relationships,” said Andy Gloor, managing principal of Sterling Bay. “His unique experience, contagious energy and relentless curiosity will truly set our brand apart in a competitive market.”

Rafferty added that “Sharing the Sterling Bay story with more audiences will be incredibly exciting, both for the firm and for our partners.”

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