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Investment management consultancy Laven Partners has appointed Robert Mirsky as managing director.
Mirsky will be responsible for the development of a new alternative investment platform for family offices, institutional investors and wealth managers.
He will also expand the company's range of investor services, which includes operational due diligence and risk and performance monitoring, and provide support and leadership to Laven's offices globally.
A US trained lawyer, Mirsky joins from Ernst & Young UK where he was a partner and co-leader of the European hedge fund practice. Prior to this, he was head of Deloitte's UK hedge fund practice.
Mirsky has strong international experience having worked in London, New York, Washington DC and the Cayman Islands, and specialises in the structuring and ongoing operational activities of hedge funds. He has considerable experience in trading platforms for both offshore and onshore hedge funds and has handled the transactional and tax aspects of cross-border financings, financial products, international mergers and acquisitions, insurance and project financings.
Jérôme de Lavenère Lussan, chief executive and founder, Laven Partners, says: "We have built a strong reputation for providing our clients with advice on complex financial issues, enabling them to make effective investment decisions. Robert has over ten years experience in advising investors and financial service companies, and a wealth of technical expertise that will help us meet the growing demand for our services.
'The financial industry is evolving fast, as are regulatory and investor requirements, and we continue to provide innovative solutions for our clients. It is an exciting time and we are very pleased to have Robert join us."
Mirsky says: "Laven Partners offers a strong combination of technical expertise and innovation. In an industry like ours, it takes a dynamic firm like Laven Partners to respond to the changing needs of our manager and investor client base.'
Robert has written extensively on industry trends, taxation, and regulation, including contributions to the book Hedge Funds and Prime Brokers. He is also chairman and founder of the industry-supported charity Hedge Funds Care UK which works toward the treatment and prevention of child abuse.
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