Galena Energy Manager Lixi Out

Jan 23 2013 | 11:10am ET

Galena Asset Management's top energy manager has left the firm.

It is unclear why Claude Lixi left the London-based firm or whether he quit or was fired, Bloomberg News reports. Lixi's US$218 million fund was up 4.3% last year and 1.2% in 2011.

Lixi worked for Galena for almost four years. He joined the Trafigura Beheer in May 2009 from Morgan Stanley. Lixi traded oil options at the bank.

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