In his new position, Belt will advise Orchard Global Asset Management (OGAM)’s Group Management Committee on strategic and operational matters, including product and relationship development, public affairs and regulatory policy issues. He will report to OGAM’s Group CEO, Paul Horvath.
Belt will join OGAM from Palisades Capital Management LLC, where he currently serves as chairman. He recently acted as senior managing director of the Milken Institute, and is a former executive director of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC). Previously, he was appointed to the Social Security Advisory Board and held senior staff positions in Congress as counsel to the Senate Banking Committee and at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
“Brad is uniquely qualified to provide insight on the issues that matter to our clients,” said Horvath. “He is well regarded both in Washington and on Wall Street for his knowledge of financial markets, expertise in regulatory matters, and track record of addressing complex financial, operational and policy challenges.”
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