Aima CEO Andrew Baker to step down

DepatureAndrew Baker, the chief executive officer of the Alternative Investment Management Association (Aima), will step down at the end of this year. In a statement, the global hedge fund industry association says it is “in the process of identifying a successor” and that Baker will remain CEO until his successor has started. Baker has been CEO of Aima since the beginning of 2009, having previously been deputy CEO since 2007. ©2013 funds eruope

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