Graham's Heuer Takes Helm At Fund Of Funds Olympia

May 26 2011 | 4:01am ET

Olympia Group is really under new management, as new owners Richmond Park Partners has named Sergio Heuer the fund of hedge funds' new CEO.

Heuer succeeds Laurent Dupeyron, who led Paris-based Olympia for three years. He joins from Graham Capital, where he focused on fundraising for that firm's UCITS III-compliant fund.

Prior to joining Graham, Heuer worked at Tudor Investment Corp.'s private equity division.

Last month, Richmond Park closed its deal for Olympia, buying the firm, with US$2 billion in assets under management, from Sagard Private Equity partners and the firm's management.

Olympia said that Duperyon would leave the firm to pursue other opportunities.


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