Prologue Capital Adds Portfolio Manager To London Office

Jun 22 2010 | 10:12am ET

Prologue Capital, a fixed-income focused alternative investment firm with AUM of $1 billion, has hired Manny Mifsud as a portfolio manager.

In his new role, Mifsud is focusing on forex trading and is be based in London. He reports to founding partners, David Lofthouse and Graham Walsh.

“Manny’s knowledge and experience in FX will be a significant addition to the firm,” said Lofthouse, CEO of the firm. “FX is an important asset class both in its own right and also in its impact on the fixed income markets.”

Mifsud was most recently head of trading at Nylon Capital, where he also focused on forex strategies.  Prior to joining Nylon in 2007 he was managing director and senior portfolio manager at Tribeca Global Management, which was part of Citibank Alternative Investments.  He has also managed portfolios at JP Morgan Chase and AIG Asset Management. 

Prologue Capital was founded in 2006 and has offices in London and Greenwich, Conn.


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