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Tages Capital appoints Ed Morse as sales director for the UK and Northern Europe

Monday, November 30, 2015
Opalesque Industry Update - Tages Capital has announced the appointment of Ed Morse as Sales Director with responsibility for spearheading Sales and Marketing for the UK and Northern Europe. A seasoned executive with over 30 years' in the funds industry, Ed has wide experience in the development and marketing of alternative investment funds across multiple jurisdictions. Ed was formerly Co-Head of Investment Trusts at F&C Asset Management with responsibility for business development. Prior to that, Ed spent 12 years as Sales Director at Thames River Capital; was Head of European Retail (ex-Switzerland) for Credit Suisse Asset Management; and a Managing Director at Robert Fleming Asset Management.

Jamie Kermisch, CEO of Tages Capital, commented: "Ed brings a wealth of alternative funds experience and cross border distribution to Tages Capital. He has a proven track record of raising capital from a wide range of professional investors. He has also helped lead, build and manage highly productive sales teams, working with multiple asset classes and product structures. We have ambitious plans to accelerate Tages Capital's already significant growth since launch in 2011 and Ed will play a major role in developing our distribution as we launch a series of funds with new investment teams over the course of 2016".

Ed Morse, Sales Director, commented: "I am delighted to be joining one of the most dynamic and fastest growing alternative investment firms in Europe. Tages Capital is a clear leader in providing innovative and cutting edge alternative investment solutions and superior investment performance, particularly in the multi-manager arena. The addition of several best in class single strategy liquid alternative UCITS funds will open Tages Capital's skill sets to a broader range of investors. I look forward to working with the highly regarded team to grow the Tages Capital business."

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