Aladdin Gets New Investment Chief

Oct 29 2008 | 12:23pm ET

Aladdin Capital has appointed Neal Neilinger as vice-chairman and chief investment officer. Neilinger will be based in Aladdin's Stamford, Conn., headquarters and report directly to CEO Amin Aladin.

Previously, Neilinger was the London-based global head of credit sales, trading and syndicate for Crédit Agricole investment banking subsidiary Calyon,

“A new global financial landscape is emerging which requires new ideas and new skills to meet the challenge,” said Aladin. “Significant opportunities will begin to present themselves and investment firms must be positioned to meet and capitalize upon them.

Established in 1999, Aladdin Capital focuses on non-traditional fixed income-based strategies. It currently manages some US$16 billion in total assets.


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