Vinay Pande Leaves Deutsche Bank for Brevan Howard Asset Management

September 11th, 2012
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Veteran trader, Vinay Pande is leaving his position as chief investment advisor at Deutsche Bank to join Brevan Howard Asset Management, Europe’s second largest hedge fund. As reported by aiCIO, Vinay Pande’s departure is not completely unexpected as Deutsche Bank has been undergoing cost-cutting in its trading operations.

Brevan Howard Asset Management is a global alternative asset manager with more than $36 billion under management. Vinay Pande, formerly of Caxton Associates, is noted for his accurate 2008 prediction of a “bimodal” outlook on the market forecasting either outstanding or awful returns.
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Brevan Howard Asset Management
Caxton Associates
Related People: Aaron Rowe ; Alan Howard; Andrew Law; Bruce Kovner; Christopher Rochos; James Vernon; Jean-Phillipe Blodget; Trifon Natsis
Related Entities: BH Global; BH Macro; Brevan Howard Asia Fund; Brevan Howard Credit Catalysts; Brevan Howard Emerging Market Strategies Fund; Brevan Howard Macro FX; Brevan Howard Master Fund Ltd; Caxton Alpha Equity LLC; Caxton Associates; Caxton Equity Growth (BVI) Ltd; Caxton Global Investments USA LLC; Caxton Healthcare Trading LLC; Caxton International LTD; Swiss Reinsurance
Related Article Tags: Multi-Strategy, Long Short, Equity, Debt and Global Macro Hedge Fund News; Hedge Fund Jobs, Hirings and Firings

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