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Armstrong Investment Managers appoints Vincent Tournant, partner and chief operating officer

Thursday, February 28, 2013
Opalesque Industry Update: Armstrong Investment Managers is a discretionary global macro manager a based in London with over $200 million in assets under management. AIM was established in 2009. The firm has appointed Vincent Tournant as a Partner and Chief Operating Officer. The company has also added an analyst and sales manager.

Dr. Ana Armstrong, CEO of AIM comments, “We are very excited about the addition of Vincent at a key time in our firm’s development. The newly created COO role will facilitate a structured development of our partnership and his years of experience in business development in our key growth markets will also assist in the continued expansion of our organisation.”

Vincent Tournant was previously Global Head of Origination and Structuring of Newedge Prime Brokerage in London. He was responsible for the coordination of sales strategy, client acquisition, and product development, targeting single manager hedge funds & CTAs as well as end investors allocating into alternative strategies like Managed Account Platforms, Sovereign Wealth Funds and Fund of Funds.

AIM have also hired Philip Riris as an analyst and Andy Hutcheon as a sales manager. Philip joins from Avalon Capital Markets where he worked in investment research and Andy previously worked at AH Consultants and Barlcays Wealth.

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