Brevan rejigs equities as Gallo rejoins buyside, eyes growth in commodity, CTA and EM funds

Wed May 25, 2011

Brevan Howard, the $30 billion hedge fund group founded by Alan Howard, is shutting down its standalone equity fund following the decision by lead equity partner Fabrizio Gallo to return to the sell-side in a senior role with Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

The standalone Brevan Howard Equity Strategies Fund formed only a small part of the firm’s overall activities – mainly running internal capital, with only limited third-party investment.

The two other traders who worked with Gallo on equity and volatility trading are...

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