Retired PM wants to get back in the game

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Rank: Chimp | banana points 15

I had had a long and successful career as a hedge fund PM. Retired five years ago. I have continued to trade my PM, and I am current on my specialties. My problem is that my Rolodex is stale. Does anyone have ideas of where I should start?

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Comments (17)

Sep 11, 2018

PM me your CV

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  •  Sep 12, 2018

Sir, My PM limit is up. May you could PM your phone number or email, we'll take it forward from their, if your credentials are correct then you can be a great asset to our fund.

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Sep 12, 2018

id be wary of sending out private info to non certified users.

he could just be some high school kid wanting ideas for CV construction

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Sep 11, 2018

how would you classify yourself/your strategy? US equity long/short? Global Macro? Interest Rates RV, etc..?

just google it...you're welcome

Sep 12, 2018

Do you have your track?
What strategy?
Where are you based?

Contact a prime brokerage, this is exactly what the cap intro / hedge fund consulting type function is for.

If you still don't know who to contact, PM me. I'm in such a team.

Offshore liffe

Sep 12, 2018

how is your rolodex stale after 5 years? don't you have LinkedIn? I'd reach out that way. I have a hard time believing 5 years is enough for you to completely lose touch with your entire professional network.

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Sep 12, 2018
thebrofessor:

how is your rolodex stale after 5 years? don't you have LinkedIn? I'd reach out that way. I have a hard time believing 5 years is enough for you to completely lose touch with your entire professional network.

Lol troll'd

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Sep 12, 2018
thebrofessor:

how is your rolodex stale after 5 years? don't you have LinkedIn? I'd reach out that way. I have a hard time believing 5 years is enough for you to completely lose touch with your entire professional network.

It's more likely than you might think. Imagine he spent 5-10 years at that firm and did little to build his network outside the firm during that time. If he left 5 years ago, then he might not have been building new contacts outside his firm for 10-15 years. That's a long time.

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Sep 12, 2018

Why do you want to come back? The PMs I know that have retired have mostly left the game altogether and moved onto non-finance related ventures.

Sep 12, 2018
ozgood-zbeard:

I had had a long and successful career as a hedge fund PM.

You should be answering the questions not asking them big guy

Sep 12, 2018

I headed a region in cap intro at a BB ibank.
Happy to share.
Feel free to PM me, and we can go from there.

Sep 12, 2018

why do you want to get back in, and why is just managing your own money not enough of a challenge / fun?

Sep 13, 2018

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Dec 30, 2018

I would pony up the cash to take your rolodex on a trip to this place:

Sex island

That should break the ice.

Dec 30, 2018

Might be able to help. Fairly current series of connections across the major platforms depending on your specialty. If you don't want to share here feel free to PM me with your specialty (product/ sector) and general outlines about career/ track record.

Certain sectors are stuffed to the gills, but some have a lot of opportunity, and a lot of it just depends on the ability to find out what's going on where.