London’s Alvine Capital Taps Dahl For Client Relations

Feb 10 2012 | 8:58am ET

London-based alternative investment firm Alvine Capital has appointed Alexander Münster Dahl as client relations manager.

Dahl comes to the post from Institutional Investor where he was responsible for the Nordic market, a role he will now take on at Alvine. Based in London, Dahl will report to Alvine founder and managing director, Thomas Raber.

Said Raber, in a statement: “This is a welcome addition to the team in a time of expansion for the firm. Alexander will further enhance our knowledge of the Nordic market through his experiences and relationships in the region.”

Established in 2005, Alvine advises institutional clients on both alternative investments and traditional portfolios across different asset classes, markets and investment strategies.


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