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Indus Capital Partners, the $5 billion global hedge fund shop, has tapped Edward Nebens as head of Europe Fund trading.
Nebens will based in the firm’s New York office reporting to Gene Salamon, head of the nine-member Europe team which oversees assets of almost $600 million.
Prior to joining Indus, Nebens was an executive director in international equities at UBS AG, head of global trading at Cantillon Capital Management, a $10 billion international asset manager and head of trading at Orchard Capital. He has also worked with several other leading financial institutions during his nearly 20 years in the business.
The Indus Europe Fund was launched 2006 by Indus Capital Partners with Gene Salamon, a former Omega Advisors partner and PM, as portfolio manager. Salamon has focused exclusively on European equities for over 17 years.
Established in 2000, Indus Capital Partners is an employee-owned investment firm founded by former Soros Fund Partners. The company invests in public and private equity in the Asia Pacific region, Japan and Europe. Indus has 91 employees and is headquartered in New York City with offices in San Francisco and Stamford and affiliated offices in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore and London.