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The Carlyle Group names Jeff Holland head of private client group


Alternative asset manager The Carlyle Group has appointed Jeffrey C Holland as managing director and head of the private client group.

Holland comes to this newly-created position from Cole Real Estate Investments, where he was president and chief operating officer, overseeing the private capital and real estate groups.
Holland joined the firm on 17 March and is based in New York.
Holland will oversee the group responsible for the development of Carlyle's relationships with individual investors and intermediaries serving these investors. The group led by Holland will focus on arrangements with bank feeder funds and other financial advisors through which high net worth and other qualified individuals may gain access to an array of Carlyle alternative asset products. Holland will also be responsible for the development and marketing of additional registered and non-registered products that may become more broadly available, including hedge funds, credit-oriented funds and other trading strategies offered through Carlyle's global market strategies and solutions business segments.
David M Rubenstein, co-founder and co-chief executive officer, says: "Individual investors – private clients who have a broad range of investment capacity – seek the same access to our fund strategies that institutional clients have had for decades. Providing qualified individuals greater access to alternative assets and developing new products and platforms that are accessible to retail investors and mutual funds is a priority for Carlyle, and Jeff brings to this effort extensive experience in designing, developing and launching innovative products."
Holland says: "This is a great opportunity to bring Carlyle's institutional brand and record of excellence into the private client arena, through a variety of products, from retail mutual funds to private placements. I look forward to working with the Carlyle team to further build on their early successes."
Prior to his work at Cole Real Estate Investments, Holland was a managing director and chief operating officer for US retail at BlackRock. Earlier he was a vice president of consulting services at Raymond James & Associates and held positions with Capital Resource Advisors and McKinsey & Company. 

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