Lucidus Adds Ex-UBS Credit Trading Co-Chief

May 10 2013 | 12:47pm ET

Hedge fund Lucidius Capital Partners has named a former UBS credit trader a portfolio manager.

Anatoly Nakum joined the New York- and London-based credit hedge fund last month. He is co-managing the firm's credit strategy with William Gaberlavage, focused on both high-yield and lower-rated investment grade corporate debt.

Nakum was co-head of debt trading for North America at UBS. He left the bank in 2011.

Lucidus, a former division of Caxton Associates, has $1.5 billion in assets under management.


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