Stevens Quits F&C For Hedge Fund

May 18 2010 | 10:20am ET

F&C Asset Management’s marketing chief is leaving the firm.

Scott Stevens is set to join an unidentified hedge fund in a sales capacity, Money Marketing reports. He has served as head of marketing and global wholsesale at F&C for four-and-a-half years.

“A final date for Scott’s departure has yet to be announced,” Jason Holland, head of corporate affairs at F&C said. Referring to F&C’s agreement last month to buy hedge fund firm Thames River Capital, he added, “We are set to be an enlarged retail firm ahead of the deal with Thames River and we have yet to make a decision on Scott’s replacement.”

Stevens worked at Deutsche Asset Management before joining F&C, serving as head of retail and institutional marketing, as well as overseeing the same portfolio at DWS Investments, DeAM’s British retail business.


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