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Hedge Fund Association appoints new Midwest Chapter

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The Hedge Fund Association (HFA) has made two US regional leadership appointments to enhance its growing Midwest presence. HFA's board of directors has appointed Lisa Tamburini and John Maddente as Co-Directors of HFA's Midwest region, where they will organise educational and networking events in Chicago, Milwaukee and additional locations.

"Our expanding calendar of 2016 symposiums in Chicago is already strengthened by the teamwork of Lisa Tamburini and John Maddente, demonstrated by HFA's successful January hedge fund marketing program and the upcoming March 16th symposium Women in Hedge Funds," says Mitch Ackles (pictured), HFA President. "We are delighted to have these two highly regarded industry executives join our team." 
Tamburini, HFA's Midwest Co-Director, is the Chief Compliance Officer for RMB Asset Management and Legal Counsel for RMB Capital in Chicago. Lisa is also a Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Paralegal Studies at Loyola University Chicago. Tamburini earned a JD from DePaul University College of Law and a BA in Political Science from Western Illinois University.
"On behalf of HFA, I look forward to initiating new industry relationships and helping create events that educate and connect our existing and potential members," says Tamburini.
Maddente, HFA's Midwest Co-Director, is a Director with accounting and advisory firm Baker Tilly, leading national growth initiatives in the capital markets, banking and insurance sectors. Based in Baker Tilly's Milwaukee, WI office, John has 25 years of experience at professional advisory firms. He earned an MS, Management from Cardinal Stritch University and a BA from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. "I am honoured to serve in this expanded leadership role for HFA and eager to collaboratively develop high caliber member programs in multiple locations across our region," says Maddente.

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