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Moses Grader

Chief Risk Officer

Mr. Grader leads LHA’s research and porfolio analysis.

Moses Grader brings over 25 years of investment industry experience. Moses is LHA’s Chief Risk and Analytics Officer and oversees risk management, fund analytics, reporting, and backstopping marketing content. He is also the lead analyst on the investment team evaluating all potential new investment strategies under consideration for the firm. Prior to this role, he served as LHA’s Chief Operating Officer and led the firm’s operations management, fund structuring, manager due diligence, as well as conduction fund-of-hedge fund portfolio management for select strategies. Before helping co-found LHA, Moses was a member of the General Partner to several private equity and hedge fund partnerships. He was part of the team responsible for product development and structuring, investment analysis, manager selection, and manager oversight.

Prior to shifting to the alternative investment management industry in 2004, Moses was a Principal at Radius Capital Partners, LLC, a private equity merchant banking firm that he helped launch. In that capacity, he held senior roles in the incubation of new businesses and the structuring of consolidation transactions in the financial services, information technology, and telecommunications sectors. His earlier experience included working at Comdisco Ventures, where he structured debt investments in medical services and biotechnology companies, and at MassVentures, a seed-stage venture fund, where he led equity investments in the medical device and enterprise software markets. Moses was also a senior consultant at Price Waterhouse, where he was principal analyst on privatization/restructuring projects in Eastern Europe, Africa, and Latin America.

Mr. Grader has an MBA from Harvard Business School and an MA in International Economics from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. He served three years in the United States Marine Corps as an infantry officer, retiring with the rank of Captain.

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