Signia Wealth Names New Hedge Fund Head

Oct 29 2013 | 7:43am ET

Signia Wealth has snagged an Amundi Asset Management executive to lead its hedge fund effort.

Michael Rosenthal was named head of hedge fund investment at the London-based firm. He joins from Amundi, where he spent 10 years, most recently as co-head of hedge fund investment and head of the French firm's London office.

"Michael is widely recognized as a leading expert in his field and we are extremely pleased to welcome him on board," Signia CEO Nathalie Dauriac-Stoebe said. "His knowledge and experience add another key dimension to the firm’s unique offering and the development of our hedge fund proposition highlights a very successful year of expansion for the business."


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