Olympia Cap Hires Ex-Goldman Sales Head

Sep 10 2008 | 12:52pm ET

Laurent Dupeyron has joined Paris-based Olympia Capital Management as a managing director and head of sales, marketing and product development. Dupeyron will be working closely with firm founder Marc Landeau.

Previously, Dupeyron served as a managing director at Goldman Sachs in 2004 in charge of sales and marketing of equity-structured products for French-speaking countries. He started his career in 1993 in Paris, working in the equity derivatives department of Société Générale.

"I am thrilled that someone of Laurent's stature and reputation in the financial markets has agreed to join us,” said Landeau. “I am convinced that his experience will help us grow and transform our business both in Europe and internationally.”

Olympia was founded in 1989 and manages $6 billion in hedge fund assets.


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