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Tom Holland has been appointed as a partner in Cube Capital, the London-based alternative investment and advisory firm.
Based in Hong Kong, Holland runs Cube’s Asia activities and is portfolio manager of the QBridge Fund, Cube’s award winning specialist Asia distressed and credit fund.
He is the first Cube employee to be made partner, joining the three founding partners of the investment company.
Holland started at Cube in early 2006 after working with Income Partners, an Asian credit fund, as a portfolio manager for private and liquid credit products. A US national, he came to Asia in 1997 with JP Morgan and became the chief operating officer of a multi-dealer Asian credit trading platform Asiabondportal in 1999, a subsidiary of JP Morgan and Income Partners.
Francois Buclez, the chief executive and chief investment officer of Cube Capital, says: “The founding partners have always recognised that for the firm to expand, talented individuals need to be included at partner level to help drive growth and strategic direction. Tom has made a profound contribution to the company since his start at Cube, helping to set up our Hong Kong office and Asia-focused investment teams and products, and has become the driving force behind our Asian effort.”
In addition, two other key members of the Cube team, Janene Waudby and Scott Gibb, have been promoted to managing director.
Waudby is Cube Capital’s general counsel and has been instrumental in building the business since joining the firm in 2006. Before starting at Cube she was a partner at international law firm Jones Day.
Gibb has been managing Cube’s core fund of hedge funds business since 2006. Prior to joining Cube, he worked as investment manager at PSolve Alternative Investments (London).
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