Armajaro Asset Management Beefs Up Marketing Team

Nov 19 2009 | 7:06am ET

Armajaro Asset Management has appointed Roxanne Sargent as co-head of sales and marketing.

Sargent was previously managing director and global head of sales and marketing at Lincoln Vale, an alternative asset management firm. Until 2007, she was head of the hedge fund capital group for Europe at Deutsche Bank, where she focused on alternative investor relationships across Europe.

"Roxanne's extensive experience within alternative investments will add further depth to our sales and marketing activity, and we are very pleased to welcome her to Armajaro," said Richard Gower, chief executive officer.
 
Armajaro Asset Management currently manages four hedge funds with combined assets under management in excess of US$1.5 billion. The firm’s most recent fund, the Armajaro Emerging Markets Fund which invests in emerging market equities, derivatives and fixed income with a macro focus, launched in July 2009, has achieved a +15% net return in its first three months of trading to end September.


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