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Feb 8 2010 | 8:23am ET
Rogge Capital Management has added an emerging markets expert to its staff of portfolio managers.
Henrik Strabo has joined the Austin, Texas-based hedge fund, which has more than $200 million in assets. He was named a managing director and director of global emerging markets at the international equity hedge fund.
Strabo was most recently chief investment officer at Clay Finlay. Before that, he spent a dozen years at American Century Investments, rising to CIO at that firm.
“Working with the team at Rogge Capital is an ideal opportunity for me to apply the insight and skills I have learned over my career,” Strabo said. “As the economy becomes more global, the investable world is rapidly expanding outside of the U.S. By concentrating on Global Emerging Markets, I can focus on a key area of growth investing for the coming decades.”
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