Restaurant Analyst Karen Holthouse Joins Cowen’s Equity Research Department

  Restaurant Analyst Karen Holthouse Joins Cowen’s Equity Research Department

Business Wire

NEW YORK -- June 17, 2013

Cowen Group, Inc. (“Cowen”) (NASDAQ: COWN) today announced that Karen
Holthouse has joined Cowen and Company’s Equity Research department as a
Senior Research Analyst and Director to cover the Restaurant sector. Ms.
Holthouse, based in New York, reports to Robert Fagin, Cowen’s Director of

“Karen gets glowing reviews from clients for her thoughtful research, depth of
analysis and responsiveness,” said Mr. Fagin. “As we continue to strategically
expand our equity research team, I am confident that Karen’s expertise will
further extend Cowen’s long history of involvement in the restaurant sector.”

Ms. Holthouse joins Cowen from Credit Suisse, where she worked in equity
research since 2006. She holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Mechanical
Engineering and Economics from Duke University and is a CFA^® charterholder.

About Cowen Group, Inc.

Cowen Group,Inc. is a diversified financial services firm and, together with
its consolidated subsidiaries, provides alternative asset management,
investment banking, research, and sales and trading services through its two
business segments: Ramius and its affiliates make up the Company’s alternative
investment segment, while Cowen and Companyand its affiliates make up the
Company’sbroker-dealer segment. Ramius provides alternative asset management
solutions to a global client base and manages a significant portion of Cowen’s
proprietary capital. Cowen and Companyand its affiliatesoffer industry
focused investment banking for growth-oriented companies, domain
knowledge-driven research and a sales and trading platform for institutional
investors. Founded in 1918, the firm is headquartered in New York and has
offices located in major financial centers around the world.


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