Mark Allen Kurland of New Castle Funds, LLC
In 2008, JP Morgan Chase & Company acquired The Bear Stearns Companies Inc. As part of the transition, Robert Reitzes and Mark Kurland continued to manage New Castle Funds LLC, which has since become an independent SEC registered investment advisor.
In April of 2007, Mark Kurland participated in an earnings conference call for The Mosaic Company.
In May of 2007, New Castle Funds LLC launched the World Express Funds I – US Dynamic Equities portfolio. The portfolio was managed by Robert Reitzes and Mark Kurland, who have worked together for over 25 years.
In January of 2003, Bear Stearns internally managed approximately $3.7 billion in a variety of hedge fund strategies. The long-biased and market neutral strategies are managed under the New Castle Partners brand.
In February of 2002, Mark Kurland was a senior managing director at Bear Stearns.
In July of 2002, Scott Merves joined New Castle Partners as managing director and senior analyst. New Castle Partners was listed as Bear Stearns’ equity hedge fund group. New Castle Partners was established in 1995 and at the time was managing $1.1 billion in long/short and market-neutral US equity hedge funds.
In 1999, Mark Kurland was listed as one of the top 25 managers of passive domestic indexed bonds.
In 1997, Mark A. Kurland was the chief investment officer at Bear Stearns Asset Management.
In August of 1995, Bear Stearns & Company announced that Mark Kurland was named chairman and chief executive of Bear’s asset-management business. He had previously been the head of global equity research.
In May of 1985, Mark Kurland was employed at Mabon, Nugent & Company.
“New Castle Partners, LLC (the “Fund”) is an exempt company with limited liability and duration incorporated under the laws of the Cayman Islands. The general partner of the Fund, New Castle Holding, Inc., is responsible for the management and administration of the Fund”
Official website of New Castle Funds: http://www.newcastle-partners.com/