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Digital Subscriptions > The Hedge Fund Journal > Issue 109 - November 2015 > Q&A: Will Andrews

Q&A: Will Andrews

CEO, Campbell and Company

THFJ’s visited Campbell’s new offices in midtown New York and talked to its Chief Executive Officer, Will Andrews, to hear about the veteran CTA manager’s growing ambitions. Having been with Campbell for 18 years, during which time he has held roles including Co-Director of Research, and Chief Operating Officer, Andrews has a broad perspective on Campbell.

Hamlin Lovell: So why did you decide to open an office in New York and what functions does it carry out?

Will Andrews: Baltimore is still home – that is where we have the main facility, but we always strive to be more accessible and transparent to our client base, and to our business partners. The reality of it is that if you are coming to New York for three or four days, getting down to Baltimore – while it is only a two hour train ride – is essentially a full day out. So having an office here is a convenient way for people to be able to visit us.

Via video conference we can also make our staff in Baltimore available to visitors to our New York office.

The office will be home to our institutional distribution team. We have three people there now, including Richard Johnson, our Global Head of Institutional Sales, and have plans for a couple of additional roles related to distribution and investor relations.

Being in New York has also helped us with our recruiting efforts. When you are looking for roles in New York, your universe is vast. As soon as you say you have to move down to Baltimore it narrows pretty dramatically. While we do like the diversity of being in Baltimore we also want to be realistic about where we need to be located to continue to attract top talent.

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