PEO Partners Appoints Former Federal Reserve Vice Chair, Roger Ferguson, to Its Advisory Board

by savoystaff

PEO Partners, LLC (“PEO”), a leader in the emerging Liquid Private Equity Alternatives space, has recently announced the addition of Roger Ferguson to its Advisory Board.

Roger Ferguson is a prominent financial services executive, having served as the CEO of TIAA, which has more than $1.3 trillion under management, and as Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve from 1999 to 2006 under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.

“Liquid PE has the chance to be the next big innovation in private equity portfolio management and PEO Partners is well positioned to lead the way. I am excited to be a part of such a dynamic and innovative team and I look forward to working with the team to continue to drive the firm’s growth and success,” said Mr. Ferguson.

“We are thrilled to have Roger join our team and bring his wealth of experience and expertise to PEO,” said PEO Co-Founder Randy Cohen.

He added: “His involvement with our firm will not only bring invaluable insight as we build our Liquid PE platform, but also increase our visibility and credibility in the industry.”

PEO Partners, LLC, co-founded by Randolph B. (Randy) Cohen, Senior Lecturer of Entrepreneurial Management at Harvard Business School, and Jean-Louis Lelogeais, who co-founded SVP Global, a leading global distressed debt and restructuring investment firm, is at the forefront of the Liquid Private Equity Alternatives space.

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