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Boutique firm Oakley brings in ex-Amundi man Johnston


Oakley Alternative Investment Management, which now has $250 million under management, has hired Teun Johnston as a portfolio manager. Johnston was previously co-head of investments at Amundi Alternative Investments, formerly known as Crédit Agricole Asset Management Alternative Investments.

At Oakley, Johnston will work together with Nick Hannan, chief investment officer, and Christopher Parkinson, portfolio manager, to develop the scope of the Oakley investment function and business.

Johnston joined Amundi in December 2000, initially as a senior investment analyst focusing on the initial and on-going due diligence of European and Asia-based hedge fund managers. He was appointed co-head of investments