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Larch Lane team to join Fiera Capital

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The entire team of Larch Lane Advisors is to join Fierra Capital, boosting the US division of Fiera Capital Corporation's existing capabilities in alternative investing and adding expertise in alternative investment management, risk management, fund accounting and firm operations.

The Larch Lane team is expected to join Fiera Capital on 1 September when Fiera Capital will become the adviser for Larch Lane's existing investment strategies.
"Bringing the Larch Lane team on board is an ideal way to develop our alternative investment capabilities in the US and add a distinguished team of professionals to our US division," says Jean-Guy Desjardins (pictured), chairman and chief executive officer of Fiera Capital. "The addition of Larch Lane's investment offerings and talented team will provide a strong foundation for Fiera Capital's non-traditional investment strategies in the US going forward."
The Larch Lane team and its strategies will enable Fiera Capital's US division to offer its clients a range of alternative investment solutions previously provided by Larch Lane and its joint venture partners, including a liquid alternatives mutual fund, traditional funds of hedge funds and hedge fund seeding strategies.
"Larch Lane brings a 23-year fund of hedge funds track record and a 15-year track record of hedge fund seeding. We are pleased to be able to begin leveraging Larch Lane's talented team on behalf of our clients," says Benjamin Thompson, president and chief executive officer of Fiera Capital's US division. "This will add complementary expertise, investment offerings and organisational depth that we believe our clients will benefit from tremendously."
Larch Lane's strategies are expected to add approximately USDD500 million in assets under management to Fiera Capital's US division, which as of 30 June, managed USD17.7 billion.

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