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Ranjan Bhaduri's Bodhi Research Group expands to New York

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Matthias Knab, Opalesque:

Based in New York City, Kalina Berova, CFA, joined Bodhi Research Group as a Visiting Researcher in Q4, 2019. Kalina is the third person to formally join the firm in this important role. By mirroring the university model, the Visiting Researcher Program involves global experts that work on special projects as required to meet specific client needs.

"BODHI's clients are the big winners with Kalina's session as a Visiting Researcher," says Dr. Ranjan Bhaduri, CEO and Founder of Bodhi Research Group. "Kalina has deep knowledge and broad experience in the alternative investments sphere. She is a true professional and is a tremendous asset to BODHI. Being based in New York City presents an added benefit."

Kalina has over fifteen years of extensive industry experience. During her time at OMERS, she was a Principal in the External Relationships Team and worked on a broad range of traditional and niche hedge fund strategies, custom alternative investment solutions and private equity funds and co-investments. Prior to OMERS, Ms. Berova worked at the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan (OTPP) in Toronto where she developed a quantitative solution for evaluating hedge funds and hedge fund portfolios. While part of the OTPP Total Fund Asset Mix and Risk Team, she gained risk management experience in a broad range of asset classes and investment programs including hedge funds and quantitative trading strategies.

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