Peconic Partners -- November 2008

Naming a company after a Native American tribe may seem to some a bit eccentric, but to William ‘Bill’ Harnisch, chief investment strategist at Peconic Partners, it seemed the perfect solution. The name, he says comes from a tribe resident in east Long Island, described as a wealthy tribe. “I thought it would be nice for a hedge fund. In fact one of our two disaster recovery centres is actually in east Long Island,” Harnisch says.

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