Caroline Lovelace has joined $1.6 billion outsourced CIO firm Appomattox Advisory, following two decades within the multi-asset/multi-manager private equity and alternative investment industry.
Lovelace most recently had been managing partner and chief investment officer for Rose Hill Park Alternative Asset Managers, which she founded. Prior to that she was a founding partner of Pine Street Alternative Asset Management, serving as a co-portfolio manager responsible for emerging hedge funds and managing day-to-day operations.
As chief operating officer at Appomattox, Lovelace joins the firm’s investment committee and implements the New York firm’s management policies in addition to overseeing operations. “Caroline Lovelace is an excellent addition to the Appomattox leadership team, enhancing our core capabilities with her expertise in private equity and private credit, diverse managers and ESG/Impact investing,” said Appomattox Founder and CIO Susan Webb, in a statement.
Lovelace also serves in an advisory role on behalf of multiple organizations, focused on climate change, ESG, DEI and impact investing.
A woman-owned firm, Appomattox is known for its expertise investing in emerging and diverse fund managers, ESG strategies and opportunistic credit.
“I am very excited by the opportunities at Appomattox, a longstanding entrepreneurial woman-led OCIO, and particularly my role as a member of the investment committee in customizing multi-asset portfolios for institutional investors,” said Lovelace in a statement.