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Yuri Khalif joins TCW as MD in private client services

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The TCW Group, a global asset management firm, today announced that 

Yuri Khalif has joined The TCW Group as a Managing Director, focusing on marketing and client relations for registered investment advisors (RIAs), family offices and endowments & foundations in the Northeast. 

He is based in New York and reports to Alex McCulloch, Managing Director and Head of Retail Distribution and Marketing.

“Yuri has an impressive understanding of both traditional and alternative investment solutions, making him an excellent resource for TCW’s private clients,” says McCulloch. “He has forged close relationships throughout the marketplace over the course of his career, which will help us continue to strengthen our client interactions.”

Prior to joining TCW, Khalif was a partner and executive director at Hatteras Funds. In this role, he focused on business development for the firm’s liquid alternative products, as well as client relations with RIAs and investment consultants. Before Hatteras Funds, Khalif served as an Executive Director in JP Morgan Asset Management’s institutional advisor business. He has also held senior sales and marketing roles at Deutsche Asset Management, Miller Anderson & Sherrerd, a subsidiary of Morgan Stanley, and SEI Corporation. Khalif earned his MBA in marketing and a bachelor’s degree in financial and international business from Temple University.

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