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Picton Mahoney Asset Management (“Picton Mahoney”), an alternative investment fund manager of the Picton Mahoney Fortified Alternative Fund family, the largest offering1 of liquid alternative funds in Canada, is thrilled to announce that Michael Lynds has joined the company as the Managing Director, Head of Retail Business.
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Michael Lynds, Managing Director, Head of Retail Business (Photo: Business Wire)
A respected industry veteran of nearly 25 years in the financial services and fintech sectors, Lynds’ experience is multifaceted and global. He comes to Picton Mahoney after having worked with international wealth management and technology firms of all sizes, most recently as Vice President of Global Wealth, Intellectual Property and Consulting at CGI. There, he managed a team spanning North America and Europe with
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