Derivatives Expert Rabier Joins AllenbridgeEpic

Aug 30 2013 | 10:13am ET

AllenbridgeEpic Investment Advisers has added an alternative-investments sector specialist.

Benedicte Rabier has spent more than a dozen years working with hedge funds at Société Générale Asset Management, Natixis, Lehman Brothers and Barclays, focusing on equity derivatives for funds of hedge funds and family offices. She has also covered hedge funds and mutual funds, and has experience with UCITS and special-purpose vehicles, among other areas.

"We are delighted that Benedicte has joined us as a sector specialist focused on alternative investments," AllenbridgeEpic Chairman Anthony Yadgaroff said. "With her derivative experience and banking background, Benedicte brings considerable knowledge in investment structuring to the team and further strengthens our hedge fund due diligence capabilities. As the investment markets continue to increase in complexity, and the need for expert due diligence of investments and in-depth structuring knowledge continues to ramp-up, we will continue providing the specialist know-how that our clients need."


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