Noble Hires Jennifer Eager as Vice President of Fund and Corporate Accounting

USA, Atlanta, Georgia. February 22, 2023

Noble Investment Group ("Noble") today announced the appointment of Jennifer Eager as Vice President of Fund and Corporate Accounting. She will be responsible for all aspects of the firm's accounting and reporting functions.

Ms. Eager joins Noble from Stoneweg US, where she served as Controller and interim Chief Financial Officer, contributing to their expansive growth. She has fifteen years of technical accounting and reporting experience with both public and private organizations. Ms. Eager earned a bachelor's degree in Accounting from the University of South Florida, a Master of Accounting from the University of Southern California, and holds a CPA and a CFE license.

"Jennifer is a talented leader with a proven track record and brings strong experience that will help support the continued growth of Noble's institutional investment management platform," said George Dabney, Noble's Managing Principal and Chief Financial Officer.

Jennifer Eager

About Noble Investment Group

Business Contact:

Scarlett Reveron
Communications Manager
Noble Investment Group
T: +1 404-682-1906
E: [email protected]

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