Emerging Markets Investment Management (‘EMIM’), the emerging markets focused asset manager owned by Duet Group, is pleased to announce that Michel Sindelar joins as CEO and CIO of the newly formed “EMIM Emerging Markets Multi Strategy Fund”.
Michel will start his new role in January 2020 in the Group’s Headquarter offices in London, his expertise will complement the established team of EM specialist Portfolio Managers and research analysts.
Michel as more than 25 years of experience both on the buy side and sell side across Emerging markets. He has a distinguished career in sales and trading at Bank of America, Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse in New York and London. He also worked at Credit Suisse Asset Management and Lombard Odier in Geneva.
Prior to joining EMIM, Michel was a Managing Director and Head of European Distribution and a member of the European Equity management at BofA.
Michel is a CFA charterholder and graduated from University of Geneva with a degree in Finance and Economics.
Henry Gabay, Founder of Duet Group comments ‘I had the pleasure to work with Michel at Credit Suisse in New York for 2 years prior to founding Duet Group; his professionalism, integrity and knowledge of Emerging Markets will be a huge asset to the company. Michel’s contribution will grow our EM focused expertise and products. We welcome Michel to the firm and wish him success in his new role.’
Michel Sindelar comments ‘I am excited to grow Duet Group’s presence and long track record in Emerging Markets. EMIM is an ideal platform to further establish Duet as one of the leading EM Asset Manager’.
Michel’s hire follows the recent joining in May of Erik Renander from Principia; Erik brings 20 years of investment experience and is the Portfolio Manager of HI EMIM Africa Fund, a multi asset UCITS strategy which focuses on Africa.
About Duet Group
Duet Group is a controlling shareholder of multiple asset managers, including Duet Private Equity, Emerging Markets Investment Management (EMIM), Duet Alternative Investments and Merit Capital.