P-Solve Reunites With Quantitative Risk Manager

Jul 27 2007 | 1:33pm ET

P-Solve Alternative Investments, a $375 million fund of hedge funds manager, has hired Lee McCulloch-James as its quantitative risk manager. McCulloch-James rejoins the firm from Barra International, where he served as a risk software consultant. He will report to Jabir Sardharwalla, PAI’s chief investment officer.

“I am very pleased to welcome Lee back to the PAI team,” said Sardharwalla. “His risk modelling expertise will be invaluable and his familiarity with our strategies and systems will ensure his seamless reintegration. Our funds have performed very strongly over the last twelve months and Lee’s return will help PAI remain a top performing fund of hedge fund manager.”

Prior to joining Barra, McCulloch-James served in the same role—quantitative risk manager—at P-Solve.

PAI currently has three funds of hedge funds listed on the Irish Stock Exchange and one fund of hedge funds listed on the London Stock Exchange.


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