Thursday October 29, 2020

Hedge fund firm seeks talent for export

An Irish investment firm is aiming to bring international quality investing standards to the Irish funds market, writes Jon Ihle.

7th April, 2012
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Michael Logan, chief executive, and David Cullen, chief investment officer, Gandon Alternative Fund Management. Photo: Jason Clarke

Ireland is one of the world's leading locations for hedge fund administration, but Irish investors have often had to look abroad for access to hedge fund managers. That may be changing.

Gandon Alternative Fund Management is a small firm trying to make a big difference to the way Irish people invest. Its founders, chief investment officer David Cullen and chief executive Michael Logan, hope that by bringing international-quality investing standards to the Irish funds market,...

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