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Olivier Staub appointed investment director at Cult Wines

Fine wine company Cult Wines has appointed Olivier Staub to the newly created position of investment director last month.

Staub, who has previously held senior trading and portfolio management positions at international financial institutions including JP Morgan, Barclays Capital, Credit Agricole, and most recently the London Clearing House (LCH), will report to managing director Tom Gearing and will be based in the company’s head office in London and will serve as a member of the Global Management Team.

“I am absolutely delighted to join Cult Wines at this very exciting time,” Staub said. “I have followed the firm closely for a number of years and have always been very impressed with their business model, reputation and focus on delivering consistently impressive returns for their clients.”

Staub was one of the original founding investors and directors of the board of 67 Pall Mall, the St James Fine Wine Members Club. He developed an interest in the wine industry while studying economics and finance at the Burgundy School of Business.

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