Stenham Adds Two Analysts

Jan 22 2013 | 12:53pm ET

Fund of hedge funds Stenham Asset Management has hired a pair of new analysts.

The London-based fund of funds arm of South Africa's Peregrine Holdings said that Akshay Krishnan was named a global macro senior research analyst and Rishi Patel a senior operational due diligence analyst. Krishnan joins from SAIL Advisors and formerly worked at ING's fund of hedge funds' group and BNP Paribas' hedge funds capital markets risk group. Patel comes to the firm from Momentum Global Investment Management after stints at Credit Suisse, Ernst & Young, and Deloitte.

"We are delighted to welcome Akshay and Rishi to the Stenham investment team who bring with them excellent institutional level experience of both global macro strategies and operational due diligence," Kevin Arenson, chief investment officer, said. "Stenham continues to focus on and remains committed to the institutional and high net-worth markets."


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