UBS Hedge Fund Exec. Ineichen Resigns

Apr 13 2009 | 2:01am ET

A top UBS alternative investments executive has resigned from the Swiss bank. Alexander Ineichen, who has worked at UBS for more than two decades, has left the firm, Opalesque reports, although his destination is unclear.

Ineichen served as head of industry research for UBS Global Asset Management’s alternative and quantitative investments team. He covered hedge funds at the firm since 2000, and worked as global head of alternative investment research for UBS Investment Bank in London prior to joining A&Q. He has written two books, including Absolute Returns: The Risks and Opportunities of Hedge Fund Investing.

Before beginning to work in the alternatives space, Ineichen served on the equity derivatives, indices and capital flows desks at UBS in Zurich and London.


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