UBS Vets Offer Quant Fund, Hedge Fund Replication At New Wealth Firm

Jan 28 2011 | 11:27am ET

Two former UBS private bankers have launched a wealth management boutique for Pavilion Investment House.

The new U.K. division of the Canadian company is offering private clients bespoke multi-asset portfolios. It also features a quantitative equity fund and a proprietary hedge fund replication strategy, CityWire reports.

Pavilion's London arm is the brainchild of Matthew Hulme and Campbell Gordon. The former worked at UBS' key clients group and latter at its family office group. The duo have spent the past year building their systems from scratch alongside Pavilion founder Martin Weinberg.

Hulme and Gordon are joined at the new venture by Brigitte Reech and Philip Kay. The former worked at Clerville before coming to Pavilion, and the latter at UBS. Both will serve as client advisers.


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