A senior executive at London-based hedge fund Cheyne Capital has left the firm.
Financial News reported that the reason for the departure of Max Nardulli, who joined Cheyne in 2009 in the newly-created role of head of international sales and distribution, was not disclosed. Nardulli’s future plans were also not stated.
Prior to joining Cheyne, Nardulli was a managing director at Goldman Sachs, where he headed the bank’s alternative capital markets team for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and Asia.
Launched in 2000 by former Morgan Stanley executives Jonathan Lourie and Stuart Fiertz and ex-Credit Suisse executive Chris Goekjian, Cheyne currently manages about $6.8 billion in assets.