BISYS has named Michelle White vice president of business development for its hedge fund services business in their San Francisco office.

White will report to Bob Donahoe, managing director of BISYS Alternative Investment Services.
 
'We are delighted to have Michelle as part of our business development team and value her knowledge and experience in the financial services arena,' says Donahoe. 'We look forward to leveraging her expertise to grow our hedge fund business on the West Coast. We are extremely confident that Michelle will be a significant player in contributing to our continued success and our business goals.'

Prior to joining BISYS, White held a number of financial services positions most recently as marketing manager at SKIRITAI Capital LLC, where she was responsible for the marketing and operations of a long/short US small cap equity hedge fund. Prior to SKIRITAI, White was with Thomson Financial and Chela Financial in sales, product management and strategic development roles. A graduate of Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado, she will be based in BISYS' San Francisco office located at 50 California Street, 20th Floor, San Francisco, CA.

'I am very excited to join BISYS and have the opportunity to further contribute to the hedge fund industry's on-going growth and success,' says White. 'I believe my background will be very beneficial to our strategic goals and initiatives. The West Coast provides a tremendous amount of opportunity, and I look forward to growing the business and being part of the BISYS team.'

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