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Hedge Fund Association names Edward Foreman of Price Waterhouse Coopers Director of midwest chapter

Friday, March 18, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update - The Hedge Fund Association (the HFA) today announced that it has appointed Edward Foreman, a Tax Partner at Price Waterhouse Coopers, as Director of its Midwest Chapter. The Midwest Chapter’s new leadership will be introduced on March 22nd at the HFA Symposium on Government Impact on the Markets and Hedge Funds. This event, followed by a cocktail reception, will be held at 4:30pm CST at the Chicago offices of law firm K&L Gates LLP, 70 West Madison Street, Second Floor Conference Room Chicago, IL 60640.

“It’s an honor to serve as the Director of HFA’s Midwest Chapter. I have watched the hedge fund industry evolve and become an important participant in the global financial markets. I look forward to advancing the HFA’s many initiatives in Chicago and the greater Midwest area,” said Edward Foreman, Tax Partner at Price Waterhouse Coopers.

Mr. Foreman, who recently joined the Chicago PwC team, has served the Investment Management industry for 17 years. He began his career with Arthur Andersen's Hedge Fund Practice in Chicago and moved to Deloitte in 2002. In 2003, Mr. Foreman relocated to Dallas and served as the local-office tax leader of Deloitte’s Mid-America Investment Management Practice. In 2005, he was asked to return to Chicago and help lead Deloitte’s local Investment Management practice. Mr. Foreman has a Bachelor of Arts degree in accounting from North Park University, a Master of Science in Taxation from DePaul University and is a licensed CPA in the State of Illinois. He also serves on the board of the Midwest chapter of Hedge Funds Care.

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