Greene, aformer investment banker, may be best known as the principal driver of the deal in 2002that combined Rogers Casey, then owned by BARRA, and CRA, based in. The immediate result of the acquisition was that many of the former Rogers Casey consultants, led by Robin Pellish, quit tostart Rocaton Investment Advisors, based in Norwalk, Connecticut.
Now it appears that the fund behind the RogersCasey acquisition, Capital Resource Partners, based in Boston, was the principal driver of the departure of Greene. John Dickson, until now CEO of CRA RogersCasey has instead been given a special assignment, the details of which were elusive.
The new CEO is Tim Barron, formerly the Director of Research with CRA RogersCasey and prior to that a RogersCasey executive before a stop at Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Investment Management firm.