Kevin Cook, Partner, Autumn Capital Partners

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Kevin Cook
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Occupation Co-Founder & CEO
Employer TreasurySpring
Location London
LinkedIn Profile
Website http://treasuryspring.com/

Kevin Cook is a co-founder and CEO fo TreasurySpring.

Formerly, he was a partner at Autumn Capital Partners based in London, where he provided consulting services for commodity trading advisors, hedge funds and other money management groups. He founded the firm in January 2010.[1]

In this work, Cook handled management, development and strategy services for clients in addition to various legal, structural and operational duties.

He is a qualified solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales.

Background

Prior to founding Autumn Capital, Cook worked from May 2006 to December 2009 at Pentagon Capital Management, where he led principal investments for fund of funds, hedge fund lending, private debt, private equity and life insurance. Before that, he worked as an associate at Weil, Gotshal & Manages, in New York and London, advising global private equity funds and institutions on a broad range of corporate financial transactions.[2]

John Lothian News Interview

Kevin Cook of Autumn Capital Partners Discusses Common Pitfalls for Emerging Managers
Cook, partner at Autumn Capital Partners, a UK-based consulting firm for hedge funds and CTAs, discusses common pitfalls for emerging managers and the outlook for the managed futures space at the Emerging Manager Forum in London. Cook presented “The Top 10 Reasons Emerging Managers Fail” at the conference. Interview by John Lothian News editor-in-chief Jim Kharouf. Published July 16, 2012. Watch at JohnLothianNews.com[3]

Education

References

  1. Kevin Cook Bio. LinkedIn.
  2. Kevin Cook. Autumn Capital Partners Principals.
  3. Kevin Cook of Autumn Capital Partners Discusses Common Pitfalls for Emerging Managers. John Lothian News.
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