SocGen Asia Fixed-Income Chief To Cambridge Strategy

Sep 28 2011 | 9:40am ET

A top Société Générale banker has joined Cambridge Strategy Asset Management to lead the hedge fund's Asia effort.

Adam Reynolds was named Asia CEO of the US$1.5 billion hedge fund. He'll both manage money and market the firm's wares to institutional investors when he joins Cambridge Strategy in January.

"We're keen for Adam to join us, looking after our businesses and helping to grow them," Cambridge Strategy CEO Peter Henricks told The Wall Street Journal.

At SocGen, Reynolds was co-head of fixed-income and currencies in Asia. He formerly led Asian fixed-income and currency sales and the French bank, which he joined two years ago, and European global currencies flow sales at Merrill Lynch.


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