Campbell & Co. Hires Schneider As CAO

Mar 27 2012 | 10:09am ET

Campbell & Company, an investment management firm specializing in systematic managed futures and equity market-neutral strategies, has tapped Steven Schneider as chief administrative officer.

Schneider, whose appointment is effective as of April 2, 2012, brings over 25 years experience as a chief administration officer, chief operating officer and chief financial officer to his new role. His career includes time with asset management firms including Bank of America Merrill Lynch, New York Life Investment Management and Deutsche Bank.  Most recently, Schneider was CFO for Ironwood Global in New York.

Steve Roussin, Campbell & Company’s president and CEO, said in a statement: “We are excited to welcome Steven to the management team at Campbell. As we continue to accelerate and grow, Steven brings an additional set of skills that will be a benefit to those endeavors and a complement to our existing team.”  Schneider will report directly to Roussin.

Founded in 1972, Campbell and its affiliates manage $3 billion in assets for a broad array of institutional and private clients around the world.

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