AltEdge Unveils Geneva Office

Jan 14 2008 | 3:57pm ET

AltEdge Capital Management, a U.K.-based fund of hedge funds shop, has opened a new subsidiary in Geneva dubbed AltEdge Capital (Suisse) and has appointed Christophe Martin as its managing director.

Martin will focus on business development and client services across a range of countries in Europe.

“Establishing a presence in Switzerland reflects the strong growth in our business over recent years, and importantly enables us to be closer to our investor base so that we can better service them,” said Eric de Candia, president of AltEdge Capital Management.

AltEdge Capital was founded in 2001 by Chris Goekjian, former global head of fixed income and derivatives at Credit Suisse First Boston.


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