May 24, 2011

Deutsche Bank employees recognised in “50 Leading Women in Hedge Funds” list

Two Deutsche Bank employees have been named in The Hedge Fund Journal’s “50 Leading Women in Hedge Funds” list.

Effie Datson and Anita Nemes both feature in the list, published today on the Hedge Fund Journal (HFJ) website. The global list states that the women in the final 50 have either portfolio management, or operational responsibility, for over $200 billion or 10% of industry assets.

The list was put together following interviews with industry participants, both men and women, based in Asia, the US and Europe. The HFJ spoke to capital introduction teams, lawyers, accountants, administrators, custodians, pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, private banks, insurance companies, family offices, funds of funds and head hunters.

Effie Datson directs the Bank’s dbSelect managed accounts platform, which offers daily liquidity and liquid hedge fund strategies to investors, and as part of this provides critical input into the Bank’s family of UCITS hedge fund launches.

Anita Nemes is Global Head of Capital Introduction, with responsibility for matching hedge fund investment opportunities to potential investors. In this role Nemes also oversees the Bank’s Alternative Investment Survey (AIS), which canvasses over 500 investors managing $1.3 trillion. The HFJ praised the survey stating "it proved prescient in its forecast of strong hedge fund AUM growth in 2011, as within weeks Hedge Fund Research announced that the $2 billion threshold had been passed."


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