Currency Specialist Millennium Taps Fan For Biz Development

May 10 2011 | 8:47am ET

Specialist currency manager, Millennium Global has named Monica Fan head of business development.

Fan, who joins Millennium on May 16, has a decade’s experience in the investment industry. She comes to Millennium from State Street Global Advisors where she was global head of currency product engineering. Prior to that she worked as a consultant at Oliver Wyman Financial Services and as head of global head of currency research at RBC Capital Markets.

Millennium CEO Mark Astley, to whom Fan will report, said: “I am delighted to welcome Monica. She is a great fit for Millennium, given her in-depth knowledge of the currency space, her broad network of investor contacts and her excellent record in business development and client relationship management.” 

London-based Millennium Global was recently mandated to manage a US$500 million specialist currency overlay program the California State Teachers’ Retirement System and has over US$12 billion AUM in currency products.
 


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