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William Deuchler joins Cain Brothers Asset Management

Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Opalesque Industry Update - William Deuchler joins Cain Brothers Asset Management following 7 years at Graham Capital.

CBAM, which is based here in Florida, is affiliated with Cain Brothers & Company, a boutique investment bank specializing in the health care industry and is based in New York.

Founded by CIO, Rob Roy, the fund currently has $1.9 billion in AuM.

Deuchler said in an e-mailed statement, "We run a multi-strategy approach using fixed income and equity based strategies. Our underlying fixed income and equity based strategies are available a la carte. However, our multi-strategy approach (see attached) combines the core strategies with an asset allocation process that enables us to target (and deliver) specific rates of return. This capability allows us to tailor solutions to meet very specific needs. Currently all our clients are in separate accounts that have full transparency and we are planning to have funds available in early 2011 with similar transparency and monthly liquidity. It’s a great “tool kit” to have and it has been very gratifying to help our investors meet the challenges they face."...Corporate website: Source
-KM

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