Hedge Fund Advisory Aksia Beefs Up Executive Team

Feb 4 2010 | 8:02pm ET

Hedge fund research and advisory firm Aksia has added two new partners to its ranks. Bruce Ruehl and Jaeson Dubrovay have joined Aksia as partners in the firm’s Americas advisory services team. 

Ruehl has 26 years of experience working in financial markets. For the last 16 years he has focused on hedge fund research, hedge fund portfolios, and the management of institutional client relationships. In 2001, Ruehl founded the boutique fund of hedge fund business, Gleacher Fund Advisors, in a joint venture with Gleacher Partners. As chairman and chief investment officer, he built the business to a peak of $800 million, with a majority of the capital coming from Fortune 100 North American corporate pension funds. 
 
Dubrovay has over 20 years of investment experience, most recently at NEPC where he served as senior hedge fund strategist, working with institutional clients advising on hedge fund portfolios. Dubrovay, who began his career as an auditor with Arthur Andersen & Co., has had direct hedge fund investment experience since 1990.
 
"Since Aksia was founded in 2006, we have worked ethically and diligently on behalf of our clients to deliver deep hedge fund research and actionable portfolio advice," said Jim Vos, CEO of Aksia.  "We are pleased that Bruce Ruehl and Jaeson Dubrovay have joined our partnership, adding their hedge fund industry experience to Aksia's capabilities."


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