Elaine Breen has been appointed by INDOS Financial, an independent fund depositary and oversight business, as Head of Legal & Compliance for its Irish operations.
Moves & Appointments
The Hedge Fund Association (HFA), an international nonprofit trade and nonpartisan lobbying organisation, has announced the results of its 2020 Global Board of Directors election.
Atalaya Capital Management has appointed Rebecca Chia as Head of Business Development and Investor Relations. Chia will oversee the firm’s capital development efforts.
Eventus Systems, a global trade surveillance and risk management software platform provider, has made appointed of four seasoned finance, market and technology professionals who collectively bring 80 years of experience to key positions.
UMB Fund Services (UMB) has hired James Curry as key account manager, distribution services. In his role, Curry will focus on fund distribution services for clients, further enhancing UMB’s service offering to the asset management industry.
Asset Value Investors (‘AVI’) has hired Jason Bellamy, President and CEO of Bellamy Corporation, as its consultant to lead on the company’s engagement efforts in Japan.
The Board of Trustees of the Standards Board for Alternative Investments (SBAI) has appointed Mario Therrien, Senior Managing Director and Head of Strategic Partnerships, Developed Markets, Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec (CDPQ), and Luke Ellis, CEO, Man Group PLC, both current Trustees of the Standards Board, as the successors to Chairman Dame Amelia Fawcett, who is retiring after nine years leading the Standards Board.
ACA Compliance Group (ACA) has appointed Carrie Yonenson as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) and Dave Metzger as Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
Law firm Morrison & Foerster has hired Leonora M Shalet as a partner at the firm’s New York office, in its global Private Funds Group.
Legal firm Sidley Austin has hired Nathan Greene and Jay Baris as partners in its Investment Funds group in New York. Greene and Baris joined Sidley from Shearman & Sterling, where they were both partners in the Investment Funds practice.