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Streeter joins Partners Capital

Suzanne Streeter has joined Partners Capital, an outsourced investment office acting for endowments and foundations and ultra-high-net-worth families in Europe, North America and Asia, as a Senior Investment Principal to lead the firm’s Private Equity asset class in North America.

Streeter’s primary professional experience was at the Yale University Investments Office, where she was Associate Director for its Private Equity program. Yale is a leading proponent of Private Equity as a primary source of excess returns.
Stan Miranda, Founder, CEO and CIO of Partners Capital, says: “Private Equity is a core allocation for Partners Capital’s client portfolios and we therefore are pleased that Suzanne has joined our team to lead our activities in this area in North America. Her experience at the Yale Investments Office, which was a pioneer among endowments in allocating significantly to Private Equity, make her an especially good fit for Partners Capital.”
Streeter previously was Managing Director, Fund Investments & Advisory, at Babson Capital Management, where she led private equity fund and equity co-investments on behalf of MassMutual. Prior to joining the Yale Investments Office in 2007,  Streeter was a VicePresident at Morgan Stanley, in both Global Capital Markets and Investment Banking. She received her MBA from the Yale School of Management and a Bachelors in Economics from the College of the Holy Cross.

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