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SOURCE Preserver Partners, LLC
Preserver Partners Anticipates and Plans for Substantial Growth
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Sept. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Preserver Partners, LLC opened its doors in July 2009 in Memphis, Tennessee. Floyd Tyler, Ph.D., the company's founder and current President and Chief Investment Officer, had a vision of a firm with experienced fund management and entrepreneurial professionals that would help investors grow their capital with relatively low risk, and it's exactly what he has built today.
The firm is 100% employee-owned with principals with over 50 years of combined experience in fund management, research, accounting, and compliance. "Our investment approach is different and effective," said Tyler. "We focus on low risk, diversifying investments primarily in equities, opportunistic credit, alternative income, and real estate debt and equity strategies."
Many businesses close before their 5th year, but Preserver Partners has experienced growth and anticipates significant expansion over the next few years. "We feel good about our footprint in Memphis and are looking forward to developing opportunities across Tennessee and other markets," said Dana Pointer, Controller and Chief Compliance Officer.
Preserver Partners has consistently ranked in the Top 10 of the Diversified Category for Fund of Funds by BarclayHedge. It is the first and only African-American-owned alternative asset management firm in Tennessee.
About Preserver Partners
Preserver Partners, LLC is based in Memphis, Tennessee and is an alternative asset management firm that manages private funds for accredited investors including public and corporate pension funds, foundations, corporations, and individual investors.
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