Saemor Adds Ex-Ivy I.R. Pro

Jun 25 2013 | 9:37am ET

Dutch hedge fund Saemor Capital has strengthened its investor-relations staff.

The firm named Mary Kahng to the team, charging her with developing its institutional relationships.

"We are excited to have Mary join our investor relations team,” Sven Bouman, founder Saemor's CEO, said. “She has deep experience in the alternative investments space and a proven track record of working with institutional investors. We are actively engaging with investors on many fronts, most notably in the U.S., We see demand from high quality investors for quantitative hedge funds."

Kahng most recently worked at ING Investment Management in the Netherlands after a 12-year stint at fund of hedge funds Ivy Asset Management. She also formerly worked at Bear Stearns Asset Management and Merrill Lynch.


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