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Global Advisors adds Paul Russell as Chief Operating Officer

Monday, October 04, 2010
Opalesque Industry Update - Commodity hedge fund manager Global Advisors announces the appointment of Paul Russell as Chief Operating Officer.

Paul’s responsibilities will include all of the business aspects of Global Advisors including infrastructure, finance, legal, resources management and third-party outsourcing arrangements.

Daniel Masters, Co-Principal commented: “We are delighted to have Paul on board. He brings a breadth of skills and 9 years of experience in running the business aspects of a commodity investment firm. Russell and I will now be freed to further our research process.”

Prior to joining Global Advisors, Paul Russell was the Chief Financial Officer and a partner at Clive Capital LLP; a $3bn+ London based commodity hedge fund, where he was responsible for all financial, compliance and legal aspects. He was at Clive Capital LLP from October 2007 until June 2010. Prior to joining Clive Capital LLP, he was employed by Global Advisors Ltd, in the role of Compliance Director based in London. This previous tenure with Global Advisors was between October 2001 and September 2007. He was employed by the Royal Mail during the period of June 1985 and September 2001. He obtained an MBA from the Open University Business School in 2000, specialising in knowledge management, performance measurement and evaluation, and creative management.

(press release)

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