Midmar Capital Taps Sliwinski For Investment Team

May 24 2011 | 9:38am ET

Midmar Capital, manager of the Merrion European Absolute Return Fund, has appointed Dariusz Sliwinski to its investment team.
 
Dariusz comes to Midmar from Martin Currie Investment, where he served as director and head of global emerging markets. Prior to this, Dariusz was a senior investment manager with Consortium Raiffeisen Atkins which managed the assets of the IVth National Investment Fund.
 
Dariusz has over 20 years’ experience in asset management and corporate finance, specializing in emerging European and Latin American equities. At Midmar, he will work with Michael Nicol and Alistair MacDonald to explore opportunities within emerging European equities and will also contribute stock ideas to the Merrion European Absolute Return Fund.
 
Said Kevin Gallacher, director of Merion Investment Managers: “Dariusz brings a wealth of experience to the team and will be a valuable addition to our intellectual capital. He is particularly knowledgeable in the emerging European equities sector and we plan to capitalize on his expertise in this area.”

Merrion Investment Managers, based in Dublin, Ireland, manages assets of approximately €1 billion on behalf of Irish institutional and retail investors across a range of segregated portfolios, UCITS and non-UCITS funds. The firm is wholly owned by the Merrion Capital Group and its employees.
 
 


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