Northern Trust Alternatives
Northern Trust Alternatives is a focused alternatives solutions provider. By combining private equity and hedge fund investments under one umbrella, we have created a center of experience and a foundation for future offerings. Our mission is to be a trusted partner and provide a core allocation for both hedge and private equity funds for our clients.
Northern Trust Alternatives leverages strong manager relationships and research to develop solutions and services to meet investors' risk and return needs.
About Northern Trust's Alternative Investments
The Northern Trust Alternatives team provides:
Robert P. Morgan is Chief Executive Officer of 50 South Capital, with management responsibility for the multi-disciplined alternative asset investments team. He previously was Director of Private Equity with Northern Trust, a position he held since co-founding its Private Equity group in 2000.
Prior to joining Northern Trust, he worked as a Director at Frye-Louis Capital Advisors, LLC (FLCA), a Chicago-based private equity investment manager, and was responsible for all of the operations of FLCA, including the management of a private equity fund-of-funds. Prior to joining FLCA, Bob worked for Heller Financial, Inc. (Heller), a middle-market commercial finance company, which was later acquired by General Electric. Bob was a Senior Vice President at Heller and was responsible for its private equity programs. Within Heller, Bob held several roles, including positions in the Corporate Finance Group, Corporate Credit and Heller Equity Capital Corporation, Heller’s captive private equity fund. He has invested in over 100 private equity funds covering the buyout, venture capital, structured high yield, real estate and international markets. While at Heller, Bob also oversaw a direct equity co-investment program which totaled approximately 20 investments. Prior to attending business school, Bob worked for a commercial bank in North Carolina.
Bob sits on the board of the Illinois Venture Capital Association and several fund advisory boards. He received his B.A. in economics from Wake Forest University and an MBA from Emory University.
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