In his role, Poletti will work closely with Gen II’s managing principals, Norman Leben and Steven Millner, advising on a wide range of operational and industry issues.
“He [Ed] is an expert in private equity fund accounting and operations, his depth of knowledge about the outsourcing model and running an institutional grade service platform will be invaluable to our continued success,” said Leben.
Poletti spent nearly 25 years at Credit Suisse, managing one of the world’s largest global alternative fund operations businesses.
The appointment of Poletti is the latest win for Gen II, as it looks to build upon its record assets under administration of $200 billion. Its now services 110 funds sponsors across private equity, real estate, credit and infrastructure asset classes.