Cantor Fitzgerald, a 65-year-old global financial services
firm, has expanded its asset management business with an
agreement to take over the management of certain funds managed
by 17-year-old Cadogan Management.
The New York-based firm founded by Stuart Leaf was
independent until it merged with Fortis Investment Management,
a move that left it weakened with legacy ABN Amro assets after
the group eventually de-merged in what was then a turbulent
The deal allows Cantor Fitzgerald’s asset
management arm, Cantor Fitzgerald Investment Advisors, to
become the new manager of certain Cadogan Management funds,
including the registered Cadogan Opportunistic Alternatives
Fund, which has already changed...