Private multi-family office EPIQ Capital Group has named Boris Albul as its new CIO. Albul will lead macroeconomic research, investment analysis, portfolio construction, and risk management for EPIQ clients, the company said.
Albul was most recently head of risk management at a global, multi-family office with $27 billion in assets under management. Prior to that, he was a portfolio manager at QSF Capital Management, and before that, a financial economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. He was also head of quantitative analysis at Allianz Hedge Fund Partners, and CIO at a quantitative hedge fund.
“We are excited to have Boris working directly for our families,” Chad Boeding, CEO of EPIQ, said in a release. “He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge. This gives our clients a premier outsourced CIO option with expertise in portfolio construction and risk management.”
According to financial information company BrightScope, EPIQ Capital Group manages total assets of more than $1.3 billion.
Albul earned his Ph.D. in finance and real estate from the University of California at Berkeley, his master’s degree in financial engineering from UC Berkeley, his MBA from the University of Iowa, and his bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics from the State University of Moldova.