Newcomer Turning Rock Partners looks to hire up to two investment pros and a client services pro in months ahead

Turning Rock Partners, a New York City-based shop that closed its debut fund earlier this year at more than $400 million, plans to expand its nine-person payroll over the next 24 months by adding up to two investment professionals and a client services professional.

Managing Partner Maggie Arvedlund (pictured, second from right) said that the investment hire or hires would likely be at the junior or mid-level, although the firm is flexible. “We like to meet exceptional talent, and we can often flex up or down for the right individual,” Arvedlund said. The firm is committed to building a team with varied backgrounds. “We are a woman-owned business, and we take [diversity] seriously,” she said.

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