Alibhai steps down from Cheyne Capital

Shamez Alibhai Cheyne

Partner and portfolio manager of the Social Property Impact Fund resigns.

Alibhai was a partner and portfolio manager of the Cheyne Social Property Impact Fund, which invests in housing for disadvantaged groups such as supported living property and social housing. The fund  launched in 2014, with backing from investors including Big Society Capital.

Cheyne’s social property team was headed by Alibhai, who has long been a supporter of ethical investment. Before joining Cheyne in 2006, he was responsible for the mortgage loan trading platform at Credit Suisse, where he championed micro-finance investment.

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