Matchpoint Loses COO, Names CFO To Post

Mar 27 2012 | 10:40am ET

Matchpoint Investment Management has a new chief operating officer.

The Hong Kong-based event-driven hedge fund named CFO Ken Chuen its new COO. Chuen succeeds Ron Wilhelm, who left the firm on Feb. 10 after just over a year at the firm, Asian Investor reports.

Wilhelm joined Matchpoint, launched by former Och-Ziff Capital Management partner Raaj Shah and former Ivory Investment Management researcher Sean Debow in 2009, in December of 2010. He formerly was a compliance director at Barclays Capital, chief compliance officer and COO at Paradigm Global Advisors and a managing director at Vastardis Capital.


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