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GAM's Paterson to join Signina Capital

After nine years with GAM's Multi manager Group, Malcolm Paterson, currently Manager of Operations, is leaving to join Signina Capital.

Signina Capital is an independent financial services provider, specialising in Structured Asset Management. As Chief Operations Officer, Paterson will be responsible for the development and control of the investment process.
'We are very pleased that going forward Malcolm Paterson will contribute his proven expertise to Signina Capital. He will ideally complement the existing team', says Martin Kloeck, Partner at Signina Capital. 'This is a major step towards providing our clients with even more depth and experience in creating and managing absolute return investment solutions.' 
Paterson implemented the award winning ISO certified investment process for a hedge fund of funds provider, collecting the HFR-Award for Best Group (based on investment process) in 2004 and 2005.  

Background notes: Signina Capital AG is a financial service provider focussing on Structured Asset Management. The company develops investment solutions using modern financial instruments and quantitative models, allowing clients to effectively improve the risk-return profiles of their investments. Signina Capital concentrates on absolute return strategies using funds of hedge funds, single hedge funds as well as theme-based investments. The company focuses on structuring products and portfolios in order to meet their requirements regarding regulation, tax and accounting. The services are primarily directed towards family offices, asset managers, private banks and institutional investors.

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