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Hedge Fund Association to elect 2014/2015 board members this week

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Komfie Manalo, Opalesque Asia:

International non-profit and non-partisan industry lobby group Hedge Fund Association will soon elect its new board of directors for the 2014/2015 term. All HFA members are encouraged to run and cast their votes during the election.

The position for the board members is open to current HFA members that are hedge fund allocators, managers or service providers. Those interested in running in the election are advised to complete this form no later than Friday January 17, 2014.

In early December last year, HFA appointed Thalius Hecksher as Regional Director for the HFA's Southeast Chapter, and Robert G. Sawyer in the newly created role of Regional Director for the HFA's Boston Chapter. These accomplished industry professionals were chosen to direct the HFA's local event programs, and contribute to the organization's mission of advancing transparency, development and trust in alternative investments.

Hecksher is Global Managing Director of Business Development for Apex Fund Services. Apex Fund Services, a global provider of total fund solutions to the Asset Management community with 33 offices worldwide and is one of the fastest growing independent......................

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