Thames River’s Roos Joins De Putron Fund Managment

May 26 2011 | 12:06pm ET

Thames River Capital vet and real estate expert Christian Roos has joined hedge fund manager De Putron Fund Management.

Roos oversaw the US$154 million Longstone fund from its inception in December 2007 to December 2010, during which period it produced a cumulative return of 23.65%.

Roos brings 14 years’ experience in the European real estate and construction sectors to DPFM’s European equity long-short fund, Centennier. In his new role managing the real estate exposure within the fund, he will be one of a number of separate sector specialists.  Prior to pioneering a hedged real estate strategy in Longstone, Roos was with Pramerica in London. Previously he had researched Nordic real estate and construction stocks with Alfred Berg ABN Amro.

DPFM has also tapped a new research analyst: Charlie Bull joins the company from UBS Global Asset Management where he served as a global real estate securities analyst.


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