Fauchier Partners Appoints Co-CIOs

Nov 19 2007 | 1:08pm ET

Fauchier Partners has named two partners to succeed CEO Christopher Fawcett as co-chief investment officers. Clark Fenton and Dan Higgins will oversee the firm’s research and risk operations in their new posts. Fawcett remains both CEO and a member of the investment committee.

Fenton, who joined Fauchier in 2003 from Morgan Stanley, had been a senior analyst and head of risk. At Morgan, he was vice president of prime brokerage, based in New York.

Higgins, like Fenton a partner at Fauchier, joined the firm in 2002 from Merrill Lynch Investment Managers, where he ran U.K. institutional equity portfolios.


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