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EMex Europe: The Emerging Manager Exchange
September 2024
Zürich, Switzerland

Marcus Storr
Head of Alternative Investments at FERI


Marcus joined FERI in 2005. As Head of Alternative Investments he is responsible for Hedge Fund, Private Equity, manager selection and positioning of FERIs Alternative Investment Division including client reporting. He started his career in 1994 as an advisor to UHNWI before moving to London in 1998 joining the Investment Banking division of Robert Flemings Ltd. (acquired by JPMorgan). Until 2003 he was a Director within the Global Equities department of Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein in London. He has over 25 years’ experience in capital markets, corporate transactions, and manager selection. He has written several articles and book chapters on Alternative Investments and Hedge Funds which have been published in professional journals and industry magazines. Marcus holds a Masters Degree in Finance/Capital markets and International Management / Economics from Humboldt University Berlin in addition to a two-year apprenticeship as a bank manager. He is married and father of three children.

FERI is a specialist in Alternative Investments and one of the largest Investment Management firms in Germany based in Bad Homburg managing approximately EUR53bn including EUR14bn in Alternative Investments. FERI invests in Hedge Funds (UCITS and offshore) and Private Equity funds for Institutional Investors and UHNW / family offices mainly for German-speaking clients in Europe. FERI allocates to Alternative Investments since 1999 and has built up one of the largest Alternative Investment teams in Europe with approximately 50 employees.

Agenda Sessions

  • The perfect Emerging Manager pitch – Who to pitch & how to do it