Cresset Partners Hires Megan Kellerman, CFA, as a Managing Director of Business Development

Cresset Partners Hires Megan Kellerman, CFA, as a Managing Director of Business Development

CHICAGO – Dec. 1, 2020 Cresset Partners announced today that it has hired Megan Kellerman, CFA, as a Managing Director of Business Development. Cresset Partners is subsidiary of Cresset Capital and provides investors with access to alternative investment opportunities in private companies, real estate, and sponsor products.

In her role, Kellerman will be responsible for expanding business opportunities for Cresset Partners. She most recently served as a Principal of Business Development for the Client Group at GCM Grosvenor in Chicago, where she had responsibility for sales and client relationships with pensions, endowments, foundations, family offices, and RIAs. Prior to that, Kellerman worked as a Client Relationship Manager for William Blair.

“I am thrilled to join the Cresset Partners team and look forward to partnering with investors on Cresset Partners’ long-term approach to private investing,” Kellerman said.

“Megan is a great cultural fit for Cresset Partners and shares our commitment to providing clients with institutional-quality private investment opportunities,” said Nick Parrish.

Kellerman earned a Bachelor of Science in Finance from The Pennsylvania State University and is a CFA Charterholder. She also serves on the boards of directors of 100 Women in Finance, Chicago Chapter; and The Guild of the Chicago Botanic Garden.


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