Monday, 24 November 2014
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Jul 12 2013 | 3:05am ET
EQI Asset Management has snared a former Royal Bank of Scotland executive to lead its structured solutions effort.
Christopher Lynch will join the US$250 million hedge fund in the newly-created post, overseeing the origination and execution of structured products, Financial News reports. Lynch most recently spent a year at Evoia Capital.
Lynch's hire is "part of an expansion that EQI continue[s] to make," EQI trading chief Steve Smith told FN.
Lynch was a managing director at RBS' client solutions ground, and formerly worked at UBS.
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