Miguel Triay, an executive-level marketer with over 15 years of experience selling investment funds, specializes in attracting institutional and international investors to newly-launched hedge funds. In the past, Triay has leveraged business and personal connections to raise significant sums of capital for new funds. Miguel Triay has held multiple positions at the vice president and director levels and has participated in the development of new investment products.The child of parents exiled from Cuba, Miguel Triay is a citizen of Bermuda, the United Kingdom, and the United States. He attended the Groton School, a boarding school in Groton, Massachusetts, that has been recognized as one of the world’s top 50 high schools. At Groton, Triay played on the varsity lacrosse and football teams.Miguel Triay earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and International Business from Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts. As an undergraduate, he played lacrosse and competed in the East/West All Star Game. After working for several years, Triay returned to Babson for his MBA. He coached the college lacrosse team while working towards his Master’s degree. He has also managed the Babson College Investment Fund.In 2010, Triay joined EFG Services,LLC., and EFG Asset Management. He served as part of an initiative to overhaul the group and its mission so that it could deal directly with private bankers. As a senior member of the team, he crafted a rebranding and public relations strategy which emphasized the fund’s ability to provide customized solutions to institutional investors.More recently, Miguel Triay used his project management skills to help Citi Capital Advisors launch a new Distressed Debt Opportunities Fund. He acted as a liaison between groups involved in the launch, identified potential problems and pitfalls, and briefed Citi Capital’s Chief Information Officer on issues with the new fund. As part of the global sales team, Triay coordinated marketing efforts and improved customer relations.Miguel Triay actively supports the Tiny Miracles Foundation of Fairfield, Connecticut and the March of Dimes. He enjoys playing tennis and golf. Triay avidly follows Miami-based sports teams, including the Dolphins, the Heat, and the Hurricanes.