StormHarbour Adds Hedge Funder, Two Others

Jan 7 2011 | 8:47am ET

Financial advisory firm StormHarbour Partners has hired a trio of bankers, including a hedge fund veteran, to boost its Geneva, Switzerland, office.

The firm said that Alberto Ferro-Villani was named director of capital markets and origination. He joins StormHarbour from hedge fund Hepta Capital Partners, where he was managing director of a private equity fund.

StormHarbour also added Credit Agricole's Hugues Dauphin and BNP Paribas' Vincent Briffaud to its client solutions team, the former as a director and the latter as an associate.

The hires follow 30 others, including those of 18 senior executives, in December. StormHarbour boasts more than 180 employees.


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