Dynamic Capital Management opens office in London

London Square MileJersey-based asset manager, Dynamic Capital Management, has opened up in London with its wholly-owned subsidiary, Dynamic Capital Management UK. The office will be led by Dynamic’s founder and chief investment officer, Camille Hayek. Hayek Launched the firm and its flagship fund in 1999 in New York. The firm established a presence in Europe by opening offices of the fund’s management company in Jersey and Geneva in 2008. The firm moved its portfolio management, research and IT functions to these locations. The Geneva branch has closed and the team has moved to London, this move is intended to increase the visibility of the firm. The firm’s clients include a mix of fund of funds, banks, institutions and high net-worth individuals. Dynamic uses advanced quantitative and computational techniques to make a range of different trades in global cash equities and listed futures. ©2015 funds europe

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