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Baron Hans-Willem van Tuyll, a pillar in the alternative investment industry, has died

Friday, February 14, 2020

Matthias Knab, Opalesque:

It is with great sadness that we have received the news that Hans-Willem Reinier Baron van Tuyll van Serooskerken, heer van Vleuten, Knight in the order of Oranje-Nassau, has deceased 11 February 2020 in Nyon, Switzerland. He was born 27 June 1938 in The Hague, the Netherlands. Hans-Willem was a friend to many in the financial and alternative investment industry and will be remembered for a long time and very much missed.

He began his career with Cargill Group in 1969. After various positions in Holland (training), Brazil (grain trader), Belgium (building and operating a Holiday Inn franchise motel), New York (metal trader for Cargill subsidiary) and Tokyo, he returned to Geneva in '79 to concentrate on non grain related acquisitions. He joined the brokerage company of the group (CIS) in 1984 as futures broker, but concentrated, since 1989, on Hedge Funds and their developments.

The last years of his career with Cargill Group were spent in the futures brokerage arm, where he directed his energy on the development of Cargill's fund and hedge fund businesses. In 1992 he was elected to the board of the Cargill International Pension Board and also served as Member of Advisory Board of PerTrac Financial Solutions. He retired from Cargill in 2003.

Hans-Willem was elected to the Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA, London) Board from 1995-2003. In 2001, he was elected chairman, having been deputy chairman before that.......................

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