Star analyst resurfaces in Zurich for hedge fund role
Former Société Générale man Dylan Grice will join Swiss arm of Bermuda-based company in the spring.
by Chris Sloley on Jan 18, 2013 at 09:57
Star analyst Dylan Grice is set to re-emerge in the spring as the director of research for a Bermuda-based asset management firm, the company has revealed.
Grice, who is known for his in-depth and often colourful commentaries, departed Société Générale in November 2012 following three years as a strategist with the French investment bank.
It has now been revealed he will be taking the research director role in the Zurich office of investment boutique Edelweiss Holding. He also stated he will be continuing his investment notes.
According to the firm’s end-of-year report for 2012, Grice will assume his new role on March 1 2013.
He had announced his departure with in an investor note in which he stated he would be taking up a buyside role at a ‘small but outstanding investment practice’.
Edelweiss Holdings is a Bermuda-registered open-end investment company, which describes itself as value-driven, contrarian investors.
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