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Revere Capital forms consultancy for emerging hedge fund managers

Friday, November 23, 2012

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Camilla Balmer
Benedicte Gravrand, Opalesque Geneva:

Revere Capital Advisors has just launched REM Marketing Solutions, to offer marketing advice and product consulting to early-stage hedge fund managers, in response to the growing demand in the marketplace.

As previously announced, the boutique emerging hedge fund manager specialist, with offices in London and New York, notified of the launch on its website on Tuesday.

The REM Marketing Solutions team is based in London and will be led by Camilla Balmer and Yvonne Barker-Layton, both experienced in working with investors and hedge fund managers.

The consultancy will offer several services to managers, bespoke to their requirements, including the review, development and creation of marketing materials, pitch critique, DDQ and RFP writing, product positioning advice, product consulting and general client service and marketing support advice.

Revere Capital Advisors was founded in 2008 by several former senior executives of the Man Group. Its Research & Investments team offers clients access to comprehensive research and advice on early-stage hedge fund managers in Europe, North America and Asia. REM will complement this research and advisory offering by supplying advice on the other side.

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