Cube Capital Beefs Up Research Team With First Of 3 Hires

Jun 3 2011 | 8:46am ET

Global asset manager Cube Capital is strengthening its research team with the appointment of Rui Tang as an investment analyst for the firm’s flagship Global Multi-Strategy fund.

Tang comes to Cube from Fintan Partners, a U.S.-based fund of hedge funds, where she spent over four years sourcing, evaluating and monitoring hedge fund and private equity investments in developed and emerging markets. Prior to Fintan, Rui spent three years at global management consultant A.T. Kearney.

Cube plans to hire two additional analysts this summer, reflecting what the $1.2 billion firm calls “increased interest” from institutional investors.

In her new post, Rui will be based in Hong Kong but will assist with research across all strategies and work closely with Cube’s London, Shanghai, Beijing, Moscow and Kiev offices.
 
Francois Buclez, CEO of Cube Capital, said: “The CGMS fund’s impressive seven-year track record, combined with its solid team and recent awards, have attracted a lengthening list of institutional investors who are returning to top-tier funds of funds and are excited about the smaller managers who are our focus. Our team has already generated demonstrable alpha from both top-down and bottom-up perspectives, and Rui will help us further refine and extend our global reach.”
 
Cube Capital’s operations include multi-manager hedge funds, single-strategy hedge funds and real estate.


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