Campbell & Co. Taps Stephen Roussin As President

Jun 15 2011 | 9:59am ET

Alternative investment specialist Campbell & Company has appointed a new president: UBS veteran Stephen Roussin.

Roussin, who was managing director and head of investment solutions for UBS Wealth Management Americas, is also a former president and COO of New York Life Investment Management. He brings 25 years of management experience to his new role.

Terri Becks remains as Campbell & Company CEO.

In his new post, Roussin will assist with the day-to-day management of the firm, supported by the executive committee.
 
Said Becks, “Campbell has nearly 40 years of experience in systematic alternative investment management, and we look forward to another 40 years of success.  We are building the next generation of management to enhance our position as an institutional-quality investment management firm, and Steve is a great addition to this team.  We are excited by his experience, his energy, his enthusiasm and his knowledge of the investment business.  We are confident that he will contribute to all aspects of our business, while preserving and building the strong, team-based culture that has been so important to our success and stability.”
 
Founded in 1972, Campbell & Company is a pioneer in absolute return investment management, specializing in systematic managed futures, global macro and equity market-neutral strategies.  Campbell and its affiliates manage approximately $3 billion for a broad array of institutional and private clients around the world.
                                                          


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