Paris-based advisory firm Insti7, advising a number of institutional clients since 2007, has recently strengthened its team with the hire of former Vega Investment Managers’ head of Fund Advisory Céline Kalfa as head of Fund Research and Analysis. Insti7’s co-founder and CEO Benoit Boru (pictured, credit C.Boulze) occupied the role before Kalfa joins the firm. […]
Céline Kalfa, former head of Fund Advisory at Vega Investment Managers (Vega IM) has joined Insti7, InvestmentEurope can reveal. Insti7 is an independent investment advisory company based in Paris, advising institutional clients since 2007. In her new role, she will head the department of fund and asset managers research and analysis. Kalfa has spent 15 years within […]
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