Capula Co-President Mifsud Quits

Jan 26 2012 | 1:21am ET

Fast-growing Capula Investment Management is out a co-president. After less than a year at the firm, Glen Mifsud resigned for personal reasons, Financial News reports.

Mifsud’s role will be filled by David Gu, who, like Mifsud, joined Capula last year. He remains co-chief investment officer, focusing on planning new funds and recruiting investment staff.

Mifsud spent 26 years at Credit Suisse before joining London-based Capula. He left the firm last month.

Capula’s assets under management soared by more than US$3 billion last year to US$9.5 billion.


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