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CF Partners appoints Christopher Sherlock as COO

Tue, 26/11/2013 - 16:08

CF Partners, an advisory, trading and investments firm specialising in renewables and energy, has appointed Chris Sherlock as chief operating officer.

Sherlock has over 29 years’ experience in asset management and investment banking during which time he has accumulated significant expertise in business management and operations.
 
He joins CF Partners from Adelante Asset Management, the emerging markets fund management group, where he was a director and COO since 2011. In 2005 he helped to established Fenician Capital Management, a long/short equity hedge fund business, where he served as partner and COO until 2011.
 
Between 1996 and 2005 Sherlock ran his own business, providing strategic, regulatory and operational advisory to leading financial services companies and prior to this spent 10 years working in investment banking.
 
Thomas Rassmuson, founding partner of CF Partners, says: “We are very pleased to welcome Chris to the company. CF Partners continues to expand its business and offer clients new and innovative investment products and risk management solutions. We have no doubt that the experience Chris brings to the role of COO and his proven ability to deliver corporate strategies within the financial services sector will make him a valuable addition to our senior management team.”
 
Sherlock says: “I am excited to have joined CF Partners, a company with unique experience and capabilities within the energy sector. I look forward to working alongside the existing management team to help continue to build the firm.”


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