Moore Capital and Mount Kellett Capital veterans Join CQS

March 25th, 2015
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CQS, a $13.5 billion global multi-asset strategy hedge fund firm, has hired two money managers for its London operations. As reported by Bloomberg News, Christopher Callan, formerly of Moore Capital Management, and Adel Oucherif most recently of Mount Kellett Capital Management, joined CQS in February.

Although both Christopher Callan and Adel Oucherif worked for U.S. hedge fund firms, they were both based in Europe.
For Detailed Investor Profiles on these Investors, click below:
CQS Management Limited
Moore Capital Management
Related People: Grant Thompson; Greg Coffey; Henry Bedford*; Jean-Philippe Blochet; Louis Bacon; Michael Hintze
Related Entities: CQS (UK) LLP; CQS Convertible and Quantitative Strategies Fund; CQS Credit Long/Short Fund; CQS Investment Management Limited; Moore Capital Emerging Markets; Moore Global Fixed Income; Moore Japan Restructuring; Remington Investment Strategies; Valence Capital Management
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