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Cybersecurity and hedge funds - A manager’s experience, Part Four

Thursday, April 23, 2015

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Todd Ruoff
Benedicte Gravrand, Opalesque Geneva:

Ruane, Cunniff and Goldfarb, Inc. used to have their own IT infrastructure. Todd Ruoff, Executive Vice President in charge of trading, operations and technology, was responsible for its maintenance. Then he started looking at outsourced providers a couple of years ago, as he wanted a better disaster recovery solution, the equipment was ageing and the firm was planning an office relocation. His firm is now using Eze Castle Integration’s Private Cloud, the ECINet private Internet service and Eze Castle’s Vault backup and recovery service. He tells Opalesque how that works for him.

Ruane, Cunniff and Goldfarb is an investment advisor and broker-dealer in the US, which manages an $8bn mutual fund, a '40 Act company called the Sequoia fund. The firm has around $5bn managed in hedge funds, and another $15bn in separately managed accounts run for HNWIs and institutions.

"As a broker, we need the ability to trade," Todd Ruoff says. "We are a long-term investor who invests in large, concentrated positions, focused on a few securities. It’s important that we have access to real-time market data, which we get from various sources, as well as access to o......................

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