LTCM veteran becomes partner at Capula Investment Management

July 19th, 2010
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Long-Term Capital Management (LTCM) veteran Ayman Hindy became a partner at government fixed income specialist Capula Investment Management last week according to City A.M. Prior to beginning this new position, Hindy had served as a senior portfolio manager at Capula since his move to their US office in June.

Prior to their Wall Street bailout in the 1990s, LTCM oversaw over $100bn assets under management. Despite the firm’s successful rate of return with investors, it was forced to close in 2000 due to overwhelming losses resulting from the Russian bond default in 1998.

Capula Investment Management was launched in 2005 and managed $3.5bn in AUM as of 2009.
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