ACRO CAPITAL PARTNERS
Seth Fischoff, CFA
Mr. Fischoff has added to his nearly twenty career as a successful alternative asset manager as he now deliver services as a principle investor, consultant, and on-staff corporate officer. His broad background in finance has encompassed both investment and accounting functions. He has acquired extensive experience as a CFO, leading all financial activities, including managerial and cost accounting, risk control and management, financial controls, and management and board level communication. He is considered an expert in the investment and analysis of fixed income, currencies, public and private equity, and derivatives. His expertise and advice are often sought by leading academics and practitioners in business, economics and finance and has been acknowledged for his comments on Nobel Laureate Robert Shiller’s book “Finance and the Good Society”.
As a member of Cobble Hill Partners (CHP), an investment, consulting and financial advisory firm, he is responsible for managing various engagements and private investments. Mr. Fischoff is also responsible for the financial modeling and analysis for CHP’s other consulting and investment projects. Previously, Mr. Fischoff was the Chief Investment Officer of Agamas Capital Management, the asset management company he helped found in 2004 grew to approximately $900 million in hedge funds under management. Mr. Fischoff has extensive experience in identifying value in financial markets and asset allocation and is an expert in risk management, liquidity management and financial operations.
Throughout his career, Mr. Fischoff has designed various analytic systems including securities and derivatives valuation models, consumer credit and real estate default models, portfolio management systems, operational control systems and cash management tools. Mr. Fischoff graduated from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania with a BS in 1993, received a CFA Charter in January 2003 and is registered in the United Kingdom with the FSA (now inactive) as an Investment Manager (CF-27).