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Elementum announces two new hires to strengthen its legal, compliance and operational structure

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

From Komfie Manalo, Opalesque Asia – An independent alternative investment manager that specializes in collateralized natural event reinsurance investments announces two new hires to strengthen its legal, compliance and operational infrastructure.

Elementum Advisors' Founding Principal Tony Rettino said that Bobbi Anderson would join the firm as Principal and General Counsel effectively on September 10, 2012, and will transition into the additional role of Chief Compliance Officer on January 1, 2013. Anderson is currently a Partner in the insurance group at Sidley Austin LLP in Chicago where she has been instrumental in shaping the direction of the Insurance Linked Securities asset class through the development of new risk transfer structures and her work with (re)insurance companies on catastrophe bond, collateralized reinsurance and M&A transactions.

Rettino commented on the hiring of Anderson, "We are extremely pleased to welcome Bobbi to our management team. Bobbi is one of the premier attorneys in our asset class and will be an invaluable resource to Elementum and our investors."

Also set to join Elementum is Timothy Williams who will take the helm as director of Investment Operations starting August 31. Williams joins from Legal & General Investment Management America where he served as Operations Manager and is responsible for the oversight of all middle and back office investment operations. ......................

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