CQS Sales Chief Quits

May 29 2012 | 8:30am ET

CQS’ top marketer has left the firm after less than two years at the hedge fund.

Mandy Mannix, one of the top women in the European hedge fund industry, resigned last month as global head of sales and marketing. According to Financial News, Mannix hopes to find a more client-facing role at her next post.

Mannix joined CQS in July 2010 and was made a member of its executive committee. She is a former global head of capital introductions at Lehman Brothers and Nomura Holdings.

FN reports that Mannix will not be directly replaced right away; in her absence, the firm’s regional sales chiefs, Karyn Geringer and Andrew Hahn in the U.S. and Peter Warren in Europe and Asia, will take up the slack.


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