Red Kite founder Lewnowski spins off $1.14B mining fund
Sep 20, 2013 | 01:33 PM
| Mark Burton
LONDON Oskar Lewnowski, a founding partner of Red Kite Group, has spun off one of the trader and hedge funds two mine finance vehicles and resigned from the company.
Following a mutual management decision to separate the mine finance business, Lewnowski and a team of former Red Kite partners will run the $1.14-billion RK Mine Finance Fund II as the Orion Mine Finance Fund I.
The RK Mine Finance Fund I will continue to be managed by David Lilley, Michael Farmer and Harry Tefoglou, while Grant Gilmour and Paul Coughlan will join the funds investment committee, a Red Kite spokesman said.....
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