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Philippe Teilhard de Chardin, chief executive officer of Advisors & Partners, has agreed to join the advisory board of Common Sense Investment Management.
Teilhard de Chardin was previously the global head of prime brokerage and chairman of the prime brokerage board at Newedge, a division of Société Générale.
Over 22 years working for Newedge and its predecessor Fimat, he founded and managed the prime brokerage business line, ultimately managing a global team of over 175 professionals in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai, Geneva, Paris, London, New York, Chicago & San Francisco. The team focused on the provision of prime brokerage, capital introduction and research services to both hedge fund managers and investors in alternatives.
Teilhard de Chardin is also a member of the EDHEC-Risk Institute's International Advisory Board.
Jonathan Gane, chief executive officer of Common Sense Investment Management, says: "Teilhard de Chardin brings several decades of multifaceted expertise in the hedge fund industry. His extensive background includes alternative investment management with a focus on liquid strategies, hedge fund operational due diligence and managing global businesses and teams. As such we value his counsel and perspective across all aspects of our business."
Teilhard de Chardin says: "I am pleased to join the advisory board and provide guidance to the new management team as CSIM further develops its vision and strategy around the provision of differentiated investment solutions to professional investors globally."
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