Layton Road Group Welcomes Daniel Cohen
Firm’s growth accelerated with the opening of its San Francisco office
The Layton Road Group (www.laytonroadgroup.com) is pleased to welcome industry veteran Daniel Cohen, as a Managing Director of the firm’s newly established San Francisco office. Layton Road’s expansion to California will help the firm further meet the needs of the West Coast’s alternative investment managers and institutional investors. In addition to the firm’s headquarters in New York City, Layton Road will also have professionals in New Jersey and Dallas, TX.
Daniel will serve the West Coast’s alternative investment manager and institutional investor communities, bringing insights and perspective gained over 20+ years in the industry. He will expand the firm’s efforts to deliver a meaningful and impactful menu of capital introduction and placement agent services to meet the needs of investment managers in the region. Additionally, Daniel will seek to introduce and expand Layton Road’s innovative outsourced capital introduction solutions to the prime brokerage and custodial services industries.
Daniel joins the Layton Road Group after leading sales teams at Cantor Fitzgerald, J.P. Morgan and Bear Stearns. He has contributed more than two decades in the prime brokerage industry having held senior roles in sales and risk management. Tom Mahala, said, “Danny’s 20+ years of experience and abundant industry relationships on the West Coast puts him in an ideal position to deliver a better capital introduction experience to investors and managers alike. The industry is changing and hiring someone like Danny helps Layton Road fulfill a growing need to partner with high-quality, connected professionals, to assist investment managers meet their asset-raising goals.”
Danny stated that, “I am thrilled to be re-united with Tom Mahala and join Layton Road’s veteran marketers and experienced sales professionals. Tom has developed a ground-breaking offering that provides a better way to offer capital introduction services to alternative investment managers, institutional investors and prime brokerage divisions.”