The HedgeFund Intelligence European Summit 2015

Louis Gargour

Chief Investment Officer

LNG Capital


Louis Gargour runs the investment management team at LNG, leading idea generation across credit markets. As chief investment officer, Louis oversees investment and directs the organisation’s investment management decisions. He has over 30 years’ investment experience with expertise in government bonds, investment-grade, high-yield, distressed, and special situations. As a result of his strong performance Louis and his team have been nominated for numerous awards and honourable mentions from EuroHedge, InvestHedge, HFR, Hedge, and others. Besides his duties as chief investment officer, Louis is active in the financial policy and reform debate as a frequent contributor to, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Barron's, Reuters, and Bloomberg. He regularly speaks at major industry conferences, as well as on CNBC and Bloomberg television. Louis founded LNG in 2007. Previously he was head of fixed income at RAB Capital, a London-based 7bn AUM hedge fund. He had overall responsibility for fixed income research trading and investments, and managed $1bn in client assets. Louis helped lead and build the fixed income division of RAB from inception. When RAB listed in 2003 his department represented approximately 30% of assets managed. Before his role at RAB, Louis held senior positions at Goldman Sachs London, J.P. Morgan London, and began his career on Wall Street as a graduate of the highly acclaimed Salomon Brothers international management training programme. Louis holds dual majors BS finance\international management from Georgetown University Washington DC, he has participated in the Exchange Masters Programme at Boccioni University Milan, and holds an MBA from London Business School with distinction. Louis’ hobbies include car restauration, extreme skiing, scuba diving, sailing and swimming. Louis is married with 3 children and speaks English, French, Italian, and German.


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Tue 28 - Wed 29 Apr 2015

Palais de la Bourse, Paris