Ex-Millennium PM Langlois Said To Plan New Long/Short Equity Fund

Aug 4 2017 | 8:45pm ET

Arnaud Langlois, a former long/short equities portfolio manager at Millennium Capital Partners, is reportedly prepping a new fund that will launch with between $200 million and $250 million in assets under management.

The new fund, named Terreneuve Capital, will pursue a long/short strategy, according to a Reuters article citing two unidentified sources familiar with the plans. Terreneuve will be based in London and was registered with U.K regulators in late June. 

Specifics around the timing of the new fund's launch were not immediately available.

Langlois was with Millennium from November 2013 to June 2017, according to FCA filings. Beforehand, he was with UBS O'Connor from September 2010 and April 2013, the filings show, and Brevan Howard Asset Management between June 2008 and February 2010.

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