US - AIG Financial Products has hired from Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley, appointing two managing directors to its investor and hedge fund coverage groups.
Karen Fang joins as managing director in AIG’s investor coverage group from Deutsche Bank AG in New York and London, where she was a director of the equity derivatives structured products group. Prior to that, she worked for Merrill Lynch International in London and Tokyo.
Thomas Bruch has been appointed managing director in the hedge fund coverage group. He joins from Morgan Stanley in New York where he covered hedge funds for a range of execution products as well as customised financing solutions.
At AIG-FP, Fang will report to Robert G. Leary, head of the investor coverage group, which provides a range of products and capabilities to money managers, pension funds, foundations and endowments.
John Capetta, head of North American marketing at AIG-FP, said: “As we add to our team we seek to complement our existing talent and to reflect the most attractive current opportunities in our markets. With these objectives in mind, we are extremely pleased to be adding such talented and experienced professionals as Tom and Karen.”
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