Callan adds Sarie Diloné as VP in alternatives consulting

09 January 2024 2 min. read
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Callan, an institutional investment consulting firm, has hired Sarie Diloné as a vice president in its alternatives consulting group.

Based in Summit, NJ, Diloné brings more than 20 years of experience in alternative investment research and has advised institutional clients on private equity, private credit, and diversifying strategies.

In her new role at Callan, Diloné will provide alternatives consulting and research focusing on private equity and private debt. She will report to Pete Keliuotis, executive vice president and head of alternatives consulting.

Diloné joins Callan from Nomura Fiduciary Research and Consulting, where she spent nine years and was latterly head of US private equity. She also previously spent seven years at Guggenheim Partners, where she was head of trading and macro strategy research.

Diloné has a bachelor’s degree from Sophia University in Tokyo and is a 2024 candidate for an executive MBA from New York University.

Callan adds Sarie Diloné as VP in alternatives consulting

"Callan's clients will benefit from [Diloné’s] in-depth expertise across the alternatives landscape," Keliuotis said.

Founded in 1973 and headquartered in San Francisco, Callan advises on more than $3 trillion in total fund sponsor assets. The employee-owned investment consultancy works with pension and defined contribution plan sponsors, endowments, foundations, independent investment advisers, investment managers, and other asset owners.

Callan has more than 240 employees, according to LinkedIn, and six offices in the United States.

"I'm very excited to join Callan's growing Alternatives Consulting group and become part of this select team of talented and highly motivated professionals," Diloné said. "Callan's strong research-driven approach and bespoke solutions for clients resonate well with me, and I'm looking forward to helping our clients successfully build their alternative portfolios in this dynamically shifting market environment."

The firm recently hired David Wong as a senior vice president in its alternatives consulting group in San Francisco.