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Larch Lane Advisors LLC appoints David Katz as President and Chief Operating Officer

Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Larch Lane Advisors LLC announced that David Katz has been appointed as President and Chief Operating Officer. The addition of Mr. Katz to the Larch Lane team underscores the firm’s long-term commitment to providing advisory services focused on early stage hedge fund investing and seeding.

Mr. Katz has over 20 years of experience in institutional consulting and building investment advisory businesses. He previously served as Co-Founder and Partner of Rocaton Investment Advisors, an investment consulting firm. Prior to that, Mr. Katz worked as a Managing Director of investment consulting firm BARRA RogersCasey and at Goldman Sachs.

“We are thrilled to have David join Larch Lane. His institutional experience and leadership will help guide the firm during a very exciting period for early stage hedge fund investing, including seeding” says Mark Jurish, Founder, CEO/CIO of Larch Lane Advisors.

Mr. Katz replaces the current Chief Operating Officer, Kevin Mirabile. Mr. Mirabile will remain an important part of Larch Lane by maintaining a senior leadership role and serving as an Advisory Director on the firm’s board. He will also expand his role as a lecturer at Fordham University.

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