US - Karl Wellner has joined alternative investor Key Asset Management, responsible for the firm's US operations.
Wellner will be based in KAM’s recently opened New York office and will serve as chief executive officer.
Previously, he was director of business development at Julius Baer in New York in the 1990’s before becoming a private investor in the Scandinavian/Emerging Baltic Region.
Key Asset Management also has operations in London, Oslo, Geneva and New York. Year to date the performance for the Key Funds was Key Hedge Fund, 9.31%; Key Global, 4.64%; Key Asia Holdings, 5.28%; Key Europe, 4.75%; Key Global Emerging Markets, 2.03% (Single Manager Fund).
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