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Ben Sansoucy joins Castle Hall Alternatives

Tuesday, June 07, 2011
Ben Sansoucy, CA, has joined the senior management team of Castle Hall Alternatives. Ben was previously Senior Manager of Operational Due Diligence at the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (“CPPIB”), where he led the operational due diligence process overseeing external portfolio fund investments, including CPPIB’s hedge fund portfolio. CPPIB, based in Toronto, had assets of $148.2 billion as at March 31, 2011, making it one of the world’s largest institutional investors.

Before joining CPPIB in 2007, Ben held the position of Senior Manager with Fortis Prime Fund Solutions (Cayman), where he was responsible for risk based inspections of key operating functions and was closely involved in the process by which Fortis Cayman obtained its first SAS 70 certification. He also served as an account manager responsible for accounting, administration and NAV calculation across a portfolio of hedge fund clients.

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