Global Advisers Names Russell COO

Oct 6 2010 | 3:47am ET

Paul Russell has returned to hedge fund Global Advisors as chief operating officer after a three-year stint with Clive Capital.

Russell will oversee all of the business aspects of running the commodity hedge fund, focusing on infrastructure, finance, legal matters, resources management and outsourcing. His new post mirrors, to some extent, his old one at Clive, where he was CFO and in charge of financial, compliance and legal matters.

Russell left Clive in July.

During his first go-around with Global Advisors, from 2001 through 2007, Russell was the firm's London-based compliance director.

Global Advisors co-principal Daniel Masters said that Russell's hire would allow him and co-principal Russell Newton "to further our research process."


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