Rubens Quits Black Horse For Franklin Templeton

Sep 9 2010 | 1:57pm ET

Asia-focused hedge fund Black Horse has lost Paul Rubens, who worked on the firm’s operations and risk management efforts.

Rubens has left the Singapore-based firm to return to the U.S., where he’ll work at Franklin Templeton Investments, overseeing its overseas asset management groups’ operation and product matters. Rubens will still travel to Asia and other regions, such as Latin America, in his new role.

“I’ll be working with the teams regarding anything related to investment performance, from research to trading,” Rubens told Asian Investor.


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