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PVE Capital announces new hires for risk management, sales and investor relations

Monday, March 14, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update - PVE Capital, a London based hedge fund manager, announced the hire of two senior professionals as the firm continues to grow its institutional platform.

Stevan Simic joins as Risk Manager. Previously he was with Concordia Advisors in a similar capacity, and, before that, at Deutsche Bank in the Risk Controlling Group where his responsibilities included market risk for the Global Credit Derivatives desk. Stevan has an MSc with distinction in Decision Sciences from Westminster University.

Ronald Neumunz Joins as Head of Sales and Investor Relations. Previously he was with Alpstar Capital in a similar role. Ronald’s background includes sales and management positions at London Diversified Fund Management and JPM Morgan, among others. He has a BA from Yale University and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Gennaro Pucci, CIO and Founding Partner of PVE Capital, said: “the addition of these two talented and experienced individuals is an important step in building out a robust institutional platform for our fund. We are delighted they have joined PVE.” Corporate website: www.pvecapital.com

- FG

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