Angelo, Gordon’s head of investor relations out due to in-house policy violations

Gareth Henry left the firm this week due to unexplained violations of company policy

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Mar.March 03, 2018 02:00 PM

Angelo, Gordon & Co. is one of the owners of Industry City, above, in Brooklyn. (Credit from back: Joshsjackson, Pixabay)

Angelo, Gordon & Co.’s head of investor relations left the firm — and a slew of questions behind — after his departure this week.

Gareth Henry, who had worked in an executive role at the private investment firm for two years according to Business Insider, left his position due to unexplained violations of company policy. Bloomberg reports managing director Garrett Walls is filling the role for the time being.

Angelo Gordon manages a portfolio worth an estimated $28 billion with real estate holdings including a $1.3 billion real estate fund started in 2015 and Industry City. Late last year, the firm sold 30 Flatbush Avenue with Capstone Equities for about $92 million. In South Florida days ago, the firm announced a joint partnership with Andover Properties to develop a 110,000-square-foot self-storage facility, The Real Deal Miami reported.[Business Insider]Erin Hudson


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