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Highgate Investment Management LLP selects Quintillion

Wednesday, February 02, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update - Quintillion fund administration is pleased to announce that it has been chosen to provide administration services to the Investment Fund managed by Highgate Investment Management LLP, the Highgate Absolute Return Fund which launched in September 2010.

Andrew Freshney, Managing Partner at Highgate Investment Management LLP, said:

"As a start up fund and first time manager we had the opportunity to assess our administration options without restriction or bias. After a lengthy and extensive selection process, Quintillion came out a clear winner and perfect match for our business and its aspirations. From our first meeting through to launch and beyond, we have been highly impressed with all aspects of our interaction with the firm. With a strong, experienced and ambitious management team, obvious investment in modern, intelligent and scalable systems and infrastructure, and a skilled and loyal workforce, we had little hesitation in choosing to partner with the Quintillion team.

Post selection the entire team has been a pleasure to work with - highly efficient, incredibly professional and extremely responsive. We couldn't praise the firm enough from our experience to date and look forward to growing our business with theirs for many years to come."

Andrew Kane, Senior Manager at Quintillion, said:

"We are very pleased to have added Highgate to our growing client base. We feel our focus on a strong technology solution for our clients, allied to our transparent reporting and highest levels of service, are ideally suited to helping Highgate achieve their objectives over the coming years.”

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