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Hedge Fund Rising Star to hunt firms disrupted by technology

18 May 2015, Newspaper: Issue 949

“Alexander Vaskevitch has received UK regulatory approval for his hedge fund start-up Alva Capital and is raising assets for a capital structure arbitrage strategy that aims to identify companies at risk from the next Uber or Airbnb…”

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Alva Capital

Alva Capital

Alexander started his career in distressed debt at BNP Paribas and then assisted in creating ABN AMRO’s high yield platform before moving to hedge fund LNG Capital in 2008, where his high-yield bond fund outperformed the market by 15%. A year later, he joined $1bn hedge fund manager BCM, where he was responsible for high yield investments and contributed to the firm’s overall fixed income strategy. Following that, he moved to Serone Capital Management where he was a Partner and responsible for running the “Zenith High-Yield Fund”.