Carlson Capital Management
Carlson Capital Management Partners LP
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Resource #1: Carlson Capital adds to its senior management team:
Carlson Capital, L.P., a multi-strategy alternative asset management firm, today announced that it has strengthened its senior management team with the addition of Ron Hulme, a 26-year veteran of McKinsey & Company, who will join the Firm as Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Hulme will play a key role in the overall management of the Firm, working closely with President and Chief Investment Officer Clint Carlson and Chief Operating Officer Roy Trice, with a focus on strategy, internal processes, and talent management. Ron will also lead an expanded energy practice encompassing investment across all asset classes in the energy sector.
"I have known and worked with Ron in different capacities over the years, and believe the Firm will benefit immensely from his strategic vision and leadership skills," Clint Carlson commented. "As the hedge fund landscape continues to evolve, we view this as a strategically important time to seize new opportunities while enhancing investment and management processes. Ron will contribute to these efforts with integrity, skill, and sound judgment. In addition, his broad and deep experience in the global energy industry provides the ideal foundation for expanding our presence in the energy sector, where we see substantial opportunity in the coming years."
Commenting on his decision to join Carlson, Ron Hulme added, "Carlson Capital is a focused and disciplined investment firm that always puts its investors first -- characteristics I have admired over the years. There is a collective sense that unique opportunities lie ahead, which creates a need to expand and strengthen the Firm's management team. I am thrilled to join Carlson, believe strongly in the future potential of the Firm proven by its prior record of success, and look forward to getting to work." Source