Tullet Prebon Opens Dubai Office, Expands Europe Team

Mar 10 2014 | 10:37am ET

Interdealer broker Tullett Prebon's alternative investments team has hung its shingle in Dubai and expanded its Europe team.

Gahtan Vahidy, a member of the team since May 2010, has been appointed head of alternative investments Middle East, focusing on the origination and placement of third-party alternative investment fund products to a wide range of investors across the Middle East and Australia.

In addition, Dan Nolan has joined the London team as senior broker in charge of hedge fund distribution in Europe. Nolan has extensive secondary market experience having specialized in trading illiquid assets at Gamma Finance and, before that, Citco.

The Tullett Prebon alternative investment team now has offices in London, New York, Hong Kong and Dubai.

Said Neil Campbell, head of Tullett Prebon alternative investments, in a statement:

“Tullett Prebon Alternative Investments continues to build on its core business—providing clients with transparent and accountable entry and exit strategies for the low liquidity space. Our new Dubai office confirms our commitment to offering a range of alternative products to a truly global institutional investor base.”


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