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Cantab Capital appoints Adam Glinsman as Managing Director

Monday, August 05, 2013
Opalesque Industry Update - Cantab Capital, the multi-billion systematic global macro manager has hired Adam Glinsman for the newly created position of Managing Partner.

Glinsman will formally take up the role at the start of September. He brings 25 years experience across the investment and capital markets industries. After a prior career in institutional equities, between 2003 and 2009 Adam was COO and Partner of Lansdowne Partners, one of the leading fundamental long/short equity firms, where he was a member of the Management Committee, with primary responsibility for Business Management and Development, and Enterprise Risk. After retiring from Lansdowne in 2009, amongst other initiatives Adam remained a consultant to the flagship Lansdowne Developed Markets Funds, as well as to Cambridge University in the evolution of its internal IP commercialisation strategy.

Glinsman will be working alongside the Founding Partner and CIO/CEO, Dr Ewan Kirk. Glinsman will concentrate on the management and evolution of all non-investment aspects of the business. Dr Kirk will maintain his focus on leading the investment research for Cantab.

Dr Kirk said: “We are really excited that Adam is joining us because of the decades of experience he brings and the value he will add to our business and investors. Importantly, he is culturally a good fit for a technology-driven financial firm like Cantab.”

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