Investment innovation: profile of Ana Haurie, Dexion Capital


Ana Haurie, a management consultant by trade, was on maternity leave in September 2001 working for an Open University MBA and looking for a new challenge.

Haurie noticed the aftershock of the World Trade Centre attacks was causing a downturn in the number of projects being outsourced by banks, the sort of work that had been her bread and butter for a decade.

At the same time two contacts, Robin Bowie and Nick Browne, were setting up an advisory business for investors into funds of hedge funds

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