A Conversation with Lofton Holder ‘90, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Pine Street Alternative Asset Management and Jamila Abston '17, Partner at EY Financial Services Business Consulting
In honor of Black History Month, the MBA for Executives and SOM Community & Inclusion are hosting a virtual panel discussion with SOM alumni Lofton Holder ‘90, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Pine Street Alternative Asset Management and Jamila Abston '17, Partner at EY Financial Services Business Consulting.
Lofton is a founding partner and the Managing Partner for Pine Street Alternative Asset Management. From 2005 to 2010, Mr. Holder was managing director and head of the US and European Marketing and Client Service Team for Investcorp’s $5 billion Hedge Fund Group. In this capacity, he was responsible for growing the revenue of a start-up group to a run rate of nearly $60 million at the time of his departure in 2010.
Jamila Abston is a Partner in the EY Financial Services Business Consulting practice where she provides risk, compliance, and regulatory consulting services to key wealth and asset management and banking and capital markets clients. Jamila rejoined EY from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), where she served as the Assistant Regional Director for the Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations. In this role, Jamila served as an expert advisor for the SEC Examinations program, specializing in compliance program effectiveness, risk analytics, enterprise risk management, and cybersecurity for the asset management industry. She led and participated in hundreds of SEC Examinations and Enforcement investigations of investment advisers, investment companies, broker-dealers, transfer agents, alternative funds, and other industry participants.
Moderator: Wendy Tsung, Assistant Dean, MBA for Executives
Friday, February 19. 1:00-2:00 p.m. Zoom details will be sent prior to the talk to registered attendees.