Pyxis Capital Hires Janus Vet Dedyo

Sep 17 2012 | 12:51pm ET

Mutual fund firm Pyxis Capital, which runs an alternatives strategy, has hired Janus Capital vet Stephen Dedyo as managing director.

Dedyo will be head of national accounts for the Pyxis distribution team, reporting to Pyxis President Brad Ross.

At Janus, Dedyo served as director, advisor relationship management covering major national broker-dealers. Prior to that, he spent nearly a decade at AllianceBernstein in a variety of roles, including director for global business development.

“We are thrilled to have Stephen join Pyxis,” said Ross in a statement.  “His extensive industry relationships in the broker-dealer community throughout the country will be crucial in building out Pyxis’ distribution as a leading provider of liquid alternative products.”

Dallas-based Pyxis Funds runs 21 funds across a variety of strategies—from broad-based equity and fixed-income investments to alternative strategies.


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