Ex-Man Institutional Chief Keller To Credit Suisse

Apr 25 2011 | 11:26am ET

The Man Group's Martin Keller is set to join Credit Suisse to help its asset management unit expand into hedge funds and private equity.

Keller was named head of asset management in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, excluding the bank's home base of Switzerland. He will be charged with distribution of Credit Suisse Asset Management's products in those regions when he joins the firm next week, Reuters reports.

Keller formerly served as head of Man's institutional business. He left the hedge fund giant last year.

At Credit Suisse, where he succeeds Remy Kawkabani, Keller will join the asset management and EMEA operating committees.


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