Lyxor Hires Ex-Citi Private Bank Hedge Fund Chief

May 23 2013 | 10:37am ET

Lyxor Asset Management has added a former top Citigroup hedge fund executive to its research effort.

Frank Frecentese was named deputy head of hedge fund research at Lyxor, which is working to build its presence in North America. Frecentese is based in New York.

Frecentese was global head of hedge funds at Citi Private Bank until December. He joined Citi in 2010, when it acquired HedgeForum. He also formerly worked as head of alternatives research for Morgan Stanley Graystone Research and on the European hedge fund desk at Goldman Sachs.


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