Cadogan Appoints New President

Sep 18 2007 | 9:08am ET

New York-based Cadogan Management, a $4.7 billion multi-strategy shop, has appointed John Trammell to a new position as president.  In his new role, Trammell  will work together with Stuart Leaf, Cadogan’s chief executive, to manage the firm’s business. 

Trammell joins Cadogan from Investor Select Advisors, an independent fund of funds, where he most recently served as chief executive, overseeing the firm's strategic planning and day-to-day business functions. Previously, Trammell served as COO at Argonaut Capital Management, a global macro hedge fund. 

Cadogan was founded in 1994 and is majority-owned by Fortis Investments.


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