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11 Dec 2006

BB&T Asset Management adds Hedge Funds to its Invesment Lineup

BB&T Asset Management, $15 billion investment adviser and subsidiary of BB&T Corporation, said they are now offering a broader range of alternative investment strategies to the bank's Wealth Management and Institutional Services clients.

These strategies will include hedge funds, private equity funds, private real estate funds, structured notes, commodity funds, covered call writing strategies, and multiple tax-efficient single-stock risk management strategies.

"We continue to develop our alternative investment services in order to meet the needs of our clients," said Shawn Gibson, director of Alternative Investments. "Research has shown that these asset classes can add significant diversification and performance benefits to investors, especially if they are invested with the top managers. And our platform includes some of the top alternative investment managers in the world, according to several industry experts."

BB&T Asset Management's Alternative Investment Group will be looking at high investment minimums strategies ranging from $1 million to $10 million, access to the top performing managers, and diversification among managers and strategies. The new lineup of products and services appeals to both conservative and aggressive investors," said BB&T Asset Management President Keith Karlawish.

"We are committed to building out our alternative investment capabilities and will continue to explore the various strategies that are available in the market," Karlawish said. "Our ability to offer these strategies allows us to deliver a complete menu of services and products to our clients."

Raleigh, N.C.-based BB&T Asset Management is a registered investment adviser and subsidiary of BB&T Corporation with more than $15 billion in discretionary assets under management.

Winston-Salem, N.C.-based BB&T Corporation has $118.5 billion in assets under management, BB&T operates more than 1,450 financial centers in the Carolinas, Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Indiana and Washington, D.C.

1 comment:

jack said...

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