Alts Boutique Founded by Former Merrill Lynch Chief Strategist Launches Marketing Effort

Team led by former Merrill Lynch strategist retains Havener Capital Partners to expand distribution.

Newport, RI – (January 5, 2021) – Clough Capital Partners L.P. (“Clough Capital”) and third party marketing firm Havener Capital Partners (“Havener”) are proud to announce a new sales and marketing partnership.

Clough Capital is an alternatives boutique founded by Chuck Clough, the former Merrill Lynch Chief Global Investment Strategist from 1987 to 1999. For many working within the financial industry at that time, Chuck is no stranger. He was a near permanent figure in financial market media, and his role leading asset allocation, sector weighting and key strategy decisions at the world’s largest brokerage at the time influenced a league of thousands of advisors and many more of their clients.

In 2000, Chuck launched an alternative asset management firm to bring his views on global themes to actively managed portfolios. In addition to their flagship global long/short offerings, the firm offers single sector focused strategies in healthcare and closed-end fund arbitrage.

On the marketing front, Havener will be assisting Clough Capital with creating an expanded suite of due diligence materials and launching their digital marketing campaign. The thought leadership at Clough is a hallmark of the firm’s philosophy. Financial advisors will now be able to access Clough’s market insights in a variety of ways, including social media. At the same time, Havener’s sales team will be focused on connecting Clough Capital with RIAs and family office investors to Clough’s flagship and niche strategy offerings.

Havener Capital Partners founder and CEO Stacy Havener said the partnership extends her firm’s mission connecting innovative boutiques with the early-adopter RIA community that embraces them:

“At Havener, we serve two markets: boutique asset managers who are bringing something new to the table, and RIAs who demand more than cookie-cutter solutions for their clients. Clough Capital’s unique alternative strategies and Chuck’s respected history serving the advisor community make the firm a natural partner for the Havener mission.

For more information, please contact Steve Wine of Havener Capital Partners at 401-314-0426 | or visit

About Clough Capital Partners
Founded in 2000, Clough Capital Partners L.P. is a global multi-strategy alternative asset management firm based in Boston, MA managing $1.95 billion in AUM as of November 30, 2020. Our approach to investment management combines rigorous fundamental bottom-up company research, broad, long-term global investment themes and comprehensive risk management. Our research platform underpins our flagship global long/short, healthcare sector and closed-end fund offerings.

Our team of investment professionals averages over 25 years of industry experience and over 10 years with our firm. Clough Capital Partners L.P. is an investment advisor registered with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission. More information about is available by visiting:

About Havener Capital Partners
Havener Capital Partners is a sales and marketing agency dedicated to boutique asset managers. Helping some of the world’s most talented investment firms build, launch, and grow funds is important not only for our clients, but also for investors and the industry. Whether it’s testing funds in the market, expanding sales and marketing capabilities, or securing investments from our network of RIAs and family offices, we provide clients with an expert team and a time-tested framework that has raised over $8 billion dollars for boutique funds that led to over $30B in follow-on AUM. More information is available by visiting:


Havener Capital Partners LLC is an institutional division of Compass Securities Corporation. Securities offered through Compass Securities Corporation. Member FINRA SIPC. 50 Braintree Hill Office Park, Suite 105, Braintree, MA, 02184; T:781-535-6083



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