ISG Hires Two Senior Execs

Feb 9 2007 | 12:07pm ET

U.K.-based hedge fund advisory firm IGS has hired Michael Romanek and Michael Green as senior alternative investment executives. Prior to joining IGS, Romanek was director of alternative investments at Fortis and was also responsible for Fortis’ business development in Europe.

Green previously was head of manager and funds research at Barclays’ wealth management division.

John Godden, former head of HFR Asset Management in Europe founded IGS in early 2006.


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