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Ken manages customized portfolios for private clients, trusts and institutions. Ken launched Bridgehampton Capital Management in 2006 and since then he and his group have been serving a growing group of advisory clients, many of whom have been invested with Mr. Lee since inception.  Prior to starting his own firm, Mr. Lee joined Salomon Brothers Asset Management (SBAM) in 1998 and remained until its successor Saranac Capital began to manage assets for Citigroup and others as a separate entity in 2005.  Ken managed over $1 billion in convertible and corporate bonds in a multi-strategy hedge fund setting within SBAM.  Prior to Salomon, Mr. Lee worked for Brown Brothers Harriman in equity research focusing on technology and financial services firms.  Mr. Lee has a B.A. in History from Wesleyan University and an M.B.A. in Finance and Management from the Stern School of Business, New York University.

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