Wed, 05/09/2018 - 09:15AM
He joins Signal from Bank of America (BofA) Merrill Lynch where he headed the thematic investing strategy team within its global research department, based in London and New York. He was also a member of BofA Merrill Lynch’s Global Wealth & Investment Management impact investing core council.
Nahal holds a Masters in Law (UCL), JD/Bachelor of Laws (Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto) and Bachelors in History (University of Toronto).
Elad Shraga, Chief Investment Officer at Signal, commenting on Sarbjit Nahal’s appointment, said: “Sarbjit is a highly regarded financial strategist and thinker. His skills will help position Signal for the next wave of investing, where thematic analysis is to become a central element, in our opinion”
Signal was established in 2015 and focuses on special situations investing in European real estate and credit markets from its London office, with €825m of assets under management (AuM).