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Caliburn Capital Partners has appointed a quartet of new partners. The fund of hedge funds firm yesterday announced the promotions of Mike Curry, Lana Exertier, Apostolos Katsaris and Pawel Kisielewski.
Curry joined Caliburn in 2005 and is an investment manager for the Caliburn Greater China Fund, with responsibility for qualitative research and the selection of hedge funds in Asia. Exertier has also been with Caliburn since 2005 and is an investment manager for the Caliburn Global Inefficiencies Fund.
Apostolos Katsaris is Caliburn’s head of quantitative analysis and is a member of the portfolio risk committee while Kisielewski is responsible for client development at the firm.
“Caliburn Capital Partners has made significant progress since the early days of 2005,” Jeremy Rowlands, CEO, said. “That progress can be seen in all aspects of the company and resulted in our strong performance and AUM growth in 2007. Against this background it is appropriate that we recognize some of the individuals who have materially contributed to our development to date and who will, in the opinion of the managing partners, continue to make a significant contribution for the foreseeable future.”
Caliburn Capital has grown significantly since the launch of its flagship Caliburn
Strategic Fund in June 2006. Last year saw the launch of three hedge funds: the Caliburn Greater China Fund, the Caliburn Energy New Era Fund and the Caliburn Global Inefficiencies, taking the firm’s assets under management to in excess of US$1 billion.
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