Hermes Fund Of Funds Adds Caliburn’s Kisielewski

Sep 23 2010 | 10:54am ET

Hermes Fund Management’s fund of hedge funds joint-venture has hired hedge fund veteran Pawel Kisielewski to join its business development team.

Kisielewski has been named a partner at Hermes BPK Partners. He joins from Caliburn Capital Partners, where he was also a partner and headed the hedge fund’s client development efforts. He also covered absolute return fund clients while working on Merrill Lynch’s global technology sales desk.

“We are excited to have appointed Pawel Kisielewski, who has extensive experience and integrity to lead our business development strategy,” said Matteo Perruccio, CEO of Hermes BPK. “Hermes BPK has been performing successfully and we believe Pawel is the right person to bring our investment management and advisory capabilities to the institutional market.”


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