Trium in the news: Trium hires ex DynaCapital Portfolio Manager, Adrien Szappanyos
Trium staff18 Oct 18
Trium staff18 Oct 18
We are delighted to announce that Adrien Szappanyos has joined Trium to trade his top-down equity long / short strategy for Trium. Adrien joins from a family office. He began his career at Goldman Sachs and Lehman Brothers before moving into portfolio management with DynaCapital.
Shenan Dhanani, co-head of Trium Capital, commented: “At Trium we have cultivated a truly collaborative environment for portfolio managers. We carefully select portfolio managers able to service our clients at all stages of the cycle, with a proven track record of unearthing sources of uncorrelated return. The appointment of Adrien allows us to further develop our offering and continue expanding our suite of specialist strategies.”
Szappanyos sees positive signs for a strategy that 'shot the lights out' in the volatile years of 2006-2008: “The decade-long bull run is coming to an end. This will create disruption for long-only strategies that have enjoyed a directional market and usher in a new era of elevated volatility. It also brings more trading opportunities for contrarian investors using long/short strategies to generate outperformance in more turbulent market conditions."
See his profile here.
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