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Lyxor Asset Management strengthens Swiss presence with appointment of David Keel


Lyxor Asset Management has appointed David Keel as head of institutional asset management sales in German-speaking Switzerland.

Based in Zurich, Keel reports to Oliver Stahlkopf, head of sales for Germany, Austria and German-speaking Switzerland. 
 
Keel’s main responsibility will be to further develop and expand Lyxor’s alternative and multi-asset investment businesses. Lyxor wants to substantially raise awareness on its products and solutions specifically in the German-speaking part of the country.
 
Keel has a long-term experience in alternative investments. He joined Lyxor from Barclays Capital Funds Solutions where he was responsible for its Swiss institutional client business. From 2002, he has spent nine years with fund of hedge funds and commodity specialist Harcourt where he acted as managing partner and head of business development. Before that, he was financial consultant at Merrill Lynch from 1999 to 2002. He started his career in 1997 at Price Waterhouse Coopers.
 

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