Kazimir Research, Fixed-Income Heads Out

Jun 20 2013 | 10:39am ET

Two top executives at Russia's Kazimir Partners have left the firm in the wake of its acquisition of Renaissance Asset Managers.

RAM fixed-income chief Elena Kolchina and Kazimir research head Tom Adshead have both exited. Adshead told Bloomberg News that he was working on "other projects."

Kazimir acquired the former asset-management arm of investment bank Renaissance Capital in March. The firm was founded in 2002 by a pair of RenCap alums, Frank Mosier and Dmitri Kryukov.

Adshead joined Kazimir just a year ago from Sito Capital.


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