Fulcrum Adds 2 Partners

Feb 11 2013 | 10:31am ET

Quantitative hedge fund Fulcrum Asset Management has made Andrew Bevan and Mohammed Fawaz partners.

It's the latest shake-up at the $1.4 billion London-based hedge fund founded by former BBC chairman Gavyn Davies, which lost head trader James Horrocks in January.

Companies House records show research director Bevan and portfolio manager Fawaz were made partners on January 1, reports Bloomberg.

Bevan is a former Goldman Sachs Group managing director who joined Fulcrum in 2006. Fawaz joined the fund in 2005.

Fulcrum's other partners are Davies, co-founder Andrew Stevens, CIO Suhail Shaikh, North American President Tom Dempsey, COO Joe Davidson and Jeremy Bedford.


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