Wed, May 23, 2018
A A A
Welcome Guest
Free Trial RSS
Get FREE trial access to our award winning publications
Industry Updates

Man GLG snags PMs from Citadel, Ivaldi

Thursday, May 17, 2018
Opalesque Industry Update -Man GLG, the discretionary investment management business of Man Group, today announces the appointments of Marvin Caze and Graham Stafford as portfolio managers. Marvin will focus on energy, based in New York, and Graham will focus on healthcare, based in London. They will each report to Fabian Blohm and Neil Mason, Co-Heads of European Long-Short Equity at Man GLG.

Marvin joins Man GLG from Citadel, where he covered the energy sector with a focus on US oil and gas. Prior to this, he spent seven years at Caisse de Depot et Placement de Quebec (CDPQ) where he built and co-managed a market neutral portfolio and developed expertise in various energy sub-sectors. Marvin began his career at Citigroup in investment banking. He received a BA in Economics from Harvard and is a CFA charter holder.

Graham joins Man GLG from Ivaldi Capital, where he worked to develop and implement a market neutral healthcare strategy. Prior to this, he spent five years at Mubadala Capital where he co-managed their hedge fund business and covered the healthcare, TMT and financial sectors. Graham began his career at DE Shaw in New York. He holds a BA in History from Berkeley and an MBA from The University of Chicago.

Fabian Blohm, Co-Head of European Long-Short Equity, said:

"We are pleased to welcome Marvin Caze and Graham Stafford to our team, who each join with highly relevant and specialised backgrounds. Marvin brings more than fifteen years of experience in the energy, infrastructure and power sectors and Graham brings more than thirteen years of experience in the healthcare sector."

Neil Mason, Co-Head of European Long-Short Equity, said:

"Marvin and Graham's respective sector expertise in energy and healthcare will be additive as we continue to build out our multi-manager long-short equity platform. We are excited about broadening our coverage in these areas and working alongside Marvin and Graham in their new portfolio manager roles."

What do you think?

   Use "anonymous" as my name    |   Alert me via email on new comments   |   
Today's Exclusives Today's Other Voices More Exclusives
Previous Opalesque Exclusives                                  
More Other Voices
Previous Other Voices                                               
Access Alternative Market Briefing

 



  • Top Forwarded
  • Top Tracked
  • Top Searched
  1. News Briefs - Warren Buffett: Target date funds aren't the way to go, Cambridge Analytica could be reborn under a different name[more]

    Warren Buffett: Target date funds aren't the way to go Planning for retirement can be complicated and stressful. This is why target date funds - funds that are managed based on when you expect to retire - are so attractive. Over time, the balance of stocks, bonds and cash evolve automati

  2. Investing - Hedge funds hike Smurfit Kappa positions amid takeover deal hopes, Hedge fund IBV Capital digs deep to unlock long-term value in a competitive market, Eisman of 'The Big Short' fame recommends shorting Deutsche Bank[more]

    Hedge funds hike Smurfit Kappa positions amid takeover deal hopes From Irishtimes.com: Two US hedge funds, Davidson Kempner and York Capital, have accumulated a combined 4.74 per cent interest in cardboard box maker Smurfit Kappa using financial derivatives. It comes as many investors cl

  3. Foundations of hedge fund managers gave big to controversial donor-advised funds[more]

    In the world of philanthropy and tax-deductible charitable giving, the explosion of donor-advised funds has touched off intense debate. Now, there is evidence that the DAF boom is being further fuelled by hedge fund foundation money. Four of the top five foundations that gave the most to large do

  4. Study: For hedge funds, smaller is better[more]

    From Institutionalinvestor.com: The smaller the hedge fund is, the better its performance is likely to be, according to a new study. The study - "Size, Age, and the Performance Life Cycle of Hedge Funds," released April 26 - sought to determine whether a hedge fund's size and age had any effect on i

  5. Hedge fund returns rose in April for first gain since January[more]

    From Bloomberg.com: Bloomberg Hedge Fund Database shows returns flat this year - Currency strategies had the biggest monthly gain at 13% Hedge fund returns increased 0.78 percent in April, reversing two consecutive monthly declines. The swing of 134 basis points was driven by gains in all seven