Due to the fact of their youth, these young men and ladies have no preconceived notions of how factors “ought to” be completed, and are not constrained by a traditional mindset.
Partner, Odey Asset Management
Al-Chalabi joined Odey in 1999 and manages $ 1.2bn of lengthy-only income. This year he has produced returns of 11% for Odey’s flagship continental Europe fund, ranking it in the best ten% of peers over a single, three and 5 years. Al-Chalabi has focused on investing in luxury goods, a sector which has aroused fund managers’ interests because of its exposure to high-growth emerging markets. He remains bullish on Europe “as focus turns from the pantomime of the PIGS (Portugal, Italy, Greece and Spain) to the boom instances in Germany”.
Founder, Susa Fund Management
Former Citadel portfolio manager Amiri launched his new fund Susa in March final year and given that then it has returned nearly 40%. He began his career as an M&A banker in New York ahead of joining private equity firm Bain Capital and moving to London to focus on European buyouts. In 2003 he joined begin-up hedge fund Bailey Coates, a spin-off from Perry Capital, then moved to Citadel in 2005. Amiri collects old stock and bond certificates, which decorate Susa’s Berkeley Street offices.
Managing director, Goldman Sachs
Higher-frequency, quant-driven trader Anche was snapped up by Goldman Sachs in August to help create its fixed-income market place-creating unit. She graduated from the University of Illinois with a masters in personal computer science in 2009 and her very first job was in the higher-frequency trading group at Citadel in the US. Twenty months later she moved to the HFT team in Europe. In 2009, Anche joined Millennium Capital Management, which is renowned for providing traders a high degree of autonomy.
Head of European liquidity technique for advanced execution services, Credit Suisse
Former London Stock Exchange trader Andreadis is spearheading Credit Suisse’s dark pool strategy. He operates in the advanced execution solutions group and right after 4 years at the firm has became the face of Credit Suisse on market structure initiatives. He narrowly missed out on winning the most promising increasing star at this year’s annual Economic News awards for excellence in trading and technologies. Throughout his six years at the LSE, he built and ran the Fix Gateway connectivity service.
Vice-president, equities electronic trading, Barclays Capital
Ballardie joined BarCap last year to run Liquidity Cross, the bank’s fledgling anonymous trading platform, and has been charged with making it a marketplace leader in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, in the face of stiff competition. Before BarCap, Ballardie spent eight years working for the London Stock Exchange on solution development for its option trading venue Baikal, technologies sales and the exchange’s strategy and preparation for the European Commission’s markets in economic instruments directive.
Founder, Ridley Park Capital
Formerly one of Polar Capital’s best-performing managers, Barnett set up on his own final year after seven years at Polar. In the 5 years to 2008 he clocked an typical annual return of 28% for the firm’s $ 875m Paragon fund. And much more remarkably, he returned 20% in 2008, when the average hedge fund was down practically the very same amount. Ridley Park Capital – the hedge fund firm that Barnett kicked off in June with $ 200m – has given that grown to about $ 350m. Barnett started managing funds in UK equities at Close Brothers in 1999.
Director, client relationship management at Turquoise, London Stock Exchange
Baugh was promoted to his existing part in February when the LSE purchased multi-lateral trading facility Turquoise. He is spearheading its sales efforts and has currently increased Turquoise’s share of European cash equity trading from less than three% to almost five%, grown its dark book to a top position in Europe in terms of volume traded and migrated to a new low-latency technology platform in October. He was previously head of client management for the LSE’s dark pool Baikal.
Chief executive, portfolio danger solutions, Icap
Former Deutsche Bank trader Beeston credits his father’s influence for his “entrepreneurial spirit and drive”. He joined Icap a year ago, charged with expanding its post-trade solutions division, and got off to a flying start off with the acquisition of TriOptima, a post-trade infrastructure provider for over-the-counter derivatives, and is investing in collateral management messaging firm AcadiaSoft. He has also been promoted to Icap’s global executive management group. Beeston says his greatest achievement was creating credit default swap affirmation platform T-Zero, which is now part of IntercontinentalExchange.
Managing director, money trading desk, Morgan Stanley
Ideal was broadly regarded as one of Lehman Brothers’ best money equities traders, and was component of the team that constructed Lehman into a top-5 equity franchise from scratch when he started in 1999. He joined Morgan Stanley in July to appear after the so-referred to as super sectors, covering technologies, media and telecoms, organic resources and utilities. Business insiders have picked him out as a future head of money equities trading, since his in-depth knowledge and client relationships give him an edge as an execution adviser.
Partner and head of manager analysis, Hymans Robertson
The pensions sector is undergoing dramatic adjustments, and Birch is laying the foundations for each himself and his firm to not only embrace that modify but thrive on it. Birch has been instrumental in transforming the manager analysis approach at Hymans, and his group now has duty for putting up to £10bn of UK pension fund assets per year with investment managers. Colleagues describe him as “a figurehead for external investment manager relationships in the UK institutional marketplace”.
Chief executive, Egerton Capital
Right after a decade at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, where he was chief operating officer overseeing the manager’s external hedge fund investments in Europe and Asia, Blumberg quit this year to join hedge fund pioneer John Armitage’s firm Egerton in June. He picked a high-calibre hedge fund to run – Egerton’s flagship long/quick equity hedge fund has returned 16% annualised considering that it launched in 1994. Harvard-educated Blumberg has represented the US and Canada at international squash and is also a keen photographer.
Chief executive, Skandia Investment Group
A Swede who studied in Spain and has worked in European, Asian, South African and Latin American markets brings a really international flavour to Skandia’s investment arm. Bolmstrand replaced Jamie Macleod in the prime job at the UK’s greatest multi-manager operation in September final year. He has been at the business since it launched in 2007, responsible for product development, distribution and managing relationships with other fund groups, and was previously in charge of Skandia Fonder, the Swedish fund management enterprise.
Head of Emea private equity exit company, JP Morgan
Brabazon was named most promising increasing star at the Private Equity News advisory solutions awards final month. Twelve months after he became head of JP Morgan’s exit enterprise, the bank has the highest deal tally of any bank this year at 23 either completed or in the pipeline, such as the acquisition of Gatwick Airport by International Infrastructure Partners. Brabazon is also a member of JP Morgan’s liability management team. Outside operate, he enjoys skiing, biking, boating and going to his summer time residence in picturesque Irish coastal town Kinsale with his family members.
Co-head of prime brokerage, Emea, UBS
Burkeman is a driven saleswoman. Having started her career in Goldman Sachs’ capital introduction group, she joined UBS seven years ago as component of the Swiss bank’s push to break Goldman’s and Morgan Stanley’s stranglehold more than European prime brokerage. In 2006 she moved to the US as UBS’s worldwide head of capital introduction and was promoted to co-head of US prime brokerage sales. In Might, she moved back to London into her current role alongside Ashley McLucas.
Director, private equity transaction solutions group, Deloitte
An avid sports fan, Camburn credits his senior college economics teacher for diverting his consideration from tennis and rugby to the globe of company and finance.
He trained as an accountant at Arthur Andersen and for the previous 10 years has offered monetary due diligence for private equity bargains. He worked for Andersen, Deloitte and KPMG, then spent a year as an investment manager at mid-industry buyout residence Rutland Partners prior to returning to Deloitte in July 2008.
He has worked on some of the biggest buyouts of the year, such as 3 for US private equity giant KKR – the 1.3bn acquisition of a majority stake in Nordic application solutions firm Visma, a 700m investment in aviation firm Grupo Inaer and the £995m acquisition of Pets at Home.
Despite the delicate state of the economy, Camburn says he is an optimist on macro concerns, and believes uncertainty leads to opportunity. He follows the mantra of “acquiring the fundamentals proper and keeping issues simple, or you finish up building on weak foundations”.
He nonetheless plays rugby every week, although he expects that will alter in the new year with the birth of his first kid.
Managing director, specific scenarios group, Goldman Sachs
Promoted to managing director last month, Cannell manages the private capital business of Goldman’s particular scenarios group, focused on investing in a range of possibilities across diverse business sectors, like performing and non-performing debt, hybrid and junior financing, structured equity, and rescue finance – both debt and equity. Just before joining Goldman in 2005 he worked in Morgan Stanley’s equity capital markets, M&A advisory and actual estate private equity businesses and also as director for a logistics company in Kenya.
Portfolio manager, Carmignac Gestion
The daughter of the founder of 33bn French asset manager Carmignac Gestion, Carmignac this year returned to the firm she is tipped one day to lead. She manages the firm’s only hedge fund, the 120m marketplace-neutral fund she helped set up in 2007 before quitting to obtain analyst expertise at Cheyne Hedge Fund in London and Visium Asset Management in New York. She is applying a higher-conviction method at stock, sector and macro level to chase double-digit return targets.
Senior associate, Lawrence Graham
Chamberlayne works for some of the world’s richest families on dynastic structures for wealth preservation. She not too long ago advised a high-profile loved ones in the Middle East on a sharia compliant structure and is also focusing on asset protection, particularly for wealthy Russian consumers. She has been liaising with Bahamian authorities on new legislation quickly to come into effect, and is on course to turn into a companion subsequent year. Her 1st baby is due in January.
Portfolio manager, emerging marketplace debt, Aberdeen Asset Management
Singaporean Chan’s childhood ambition was to join the army, and though she hasn’t fulfilled it she definitely enjoys gruelling physical challenges. This year she completed the Difficult Guy race, an assault course by way of eight miles of mud, underwater tunnels, barbed wire fences, broken glass and fire walks, and has lately completed a 134-metre bungee jump.
Chan applies her competitive nature to her work. She joined Aberdeen’s Singapore office in 2005, helping to handle more than $ 3bn of tough currency assets in Asian bonds. She joined the emerging market place desk in London in 2007 and functions on a team managing practically $ 5bn of emerging marketplace bonds, specialising in Latin America and Asia corporate bonds. In the previous 12 months she has driven the launch of a committed emerging markets corporate bond fund. Just before Aberdeen, Chan worked for John Moore Associates as a corporate finance analyst, advising businesses undergoing debt restructuring in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Founder, Tyrus Capital
Chedraoui’s hedge fund firm Tyrus Capital was one of the largest launches of final year, quickly raising $ 1.8bn and closing to new money. He cut his teeth at Lehman Brothers, initially on the sellside and then running a proprietary trading approach, just before moving to Deephaven Capital, where he was in charge of its European event-driven business. Chedraoui studied at the American University in Beirut ahead of winning a scholarship to do a masters degree at the elite Hautes Études Commerciales in Paris.
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