Unigestion Hedge Fund Chief Quits

Feb 17 2009 | 12:51am ET

Konstantinos Iordanidis was named head of Unigestion’s hedge fund division five months ago. It seems that was enough time for him.

Iordanidis has quit as managing director and head of hedge funds at Unigestion, Financial News reports. He joined the firm in Geneva, Switzerland, over the summer from Olympia Capital Management. He had been co-chief investment officer of the Paris-based firm since 2005, and had previously founded Z.I. Investments in Chicago.

At Unigestion, Iordanidis led a group of more than 40 employees in Geneva, London, Paris, Singapore and the Channel Island of Guernsey.


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