IDS Picks McKay For Biz. Dev., Fundraising

Oct 15 2010 | 12:16pm ET

IDS Capital has added Duncan McKay to head its business development and fundraising efforts.

McKay joins the Geneva, Switzerland, firm from Monaco-based investment firm Dupre’s, where he was CEO. At Dupre’s, he focused on alternative investments, marketing both single-manager hedge funds and funds of funds, HedgeWeek reports.

“Duncan’s extensive experience in business development makes him the ideal person for successfully ensuring the expansion of IDS Capital,” Cedric van Rijckevorsel, managing director at IDS, said. “He combines in depth hedge fund and fund of funds marketing experience with the curiosity of learning and providing solutions to client needs. He also shares IDS Capital’s philosophy and core values.”


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