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HF Fund Services opens office in Singapore

HF Fund Services, a Cayman-based provider of independent directorships to funds established last year by two experienced industry professionals, has opened a second office in Singapore.

HF Fund Services' directors, Sean Flynn and Patrick Harrigan, have spent more than 15 years at a senior level in the hedge fund industry in Cayman and are experienced board members with a combination of fund administration and asset management experience and excellent contacts within the industry.

Over the past 20 years, Flynn has played a key role in the development of Cayman as a hedge fund domicile, having been a managing director at UBS with global responsibility for all of its hedge fund administration business. He launched the hedge fund administration business for UBS in the Cayman Islands in 1992 and built it to more than USD130bn in assets under administration by 2006.

Harrigan founded and was previously managing director of Oxford Advisors, a Cayman-based mutual fund management company. Between 1996 and last year, he was responsible for the creation of a family of 11 funds, including a multi-manager fixed income fund, a market neutral fund of funds, and several other alternative funds of funds.

Harrigan increased Oxford's assets under management from USD25m in 1996 to USD4.5bn before selling the funds' management shares to a large financial institution last November.

'We are very pleased to announce the opening of our Singapore office,' he says. 'Over the past few months, we have experienced increased interest and opportunities generated from Asia, and this office will serve the needs of our growing client base in this region.'

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