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Amida Capital Management hires Renata Cirne as Chief Marketing Officer

Friday, July 08, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update - Amida Capital Management II, LLC, a New York based investment manager, has hired Renata Cirne to assume the position of Chief Marketing Officer. Ms. Cirne will report to David Rich, Amida’s Founder and Chief Investment Officer.

“Renata’s solid business development and investor relations expertise will provide Amida with a dedicated focus in its continued effort to raise investor awareness. We are building out and strategically strengthening our marketing efforts. As Amida’s CMO, Renata will help us execute marketing and client service strategies focusing on institutional and consultant relationships, as well as wealth management firms and private banks,” said David Rich.

Ms. Cirne brings with her over thirteen years of financial markets business development and investor relations expertise. She was most recently marketing consultant to Kylin Capital Management, a $1.6bn long/short equity hedge fund. Prior to that, Ms. Cirne spent nine years at Tremont Capital Management, a $10bn fund-of-funds, where she managed the firm’s strategic relationships with institutional clients, consultants and high net-worth investors. Prior to Tremont, Renata worked at Westchester Capital Management, a $2bn event driven hedge fund.

Ms. Cirne graduated with a B.S. (cum laude) in Business Management from Iona College. She also received certificates in Financial Management from Cornell University and in Wealth Management from the New York Institute of Finance.

Amida Capital Management II, LLC, was founded in January 2007, and is a New York based investment advisor to two master funds. Amida Partners Master Fund, Ltd., a relative value fund, focuses on multi-strategies and invests globally across the entire capital structure, with an emphasis on absolute value, relative value, and event driven strategies. Amida Partners Special Opportunity Master Fund, Ltd., a convertible arbitrage fund, invests globally and utilizes convertibles combined with various hedges to capitalize on volatility, mispriced capital structures, and issuer corporate actions. The investment objective of each fund is to generate attractive, absolute, non-correlated market returns with an emphasis on capital preservation.

For questions concerning this press release or information regarding Amida please contact Renata Cirne at 646-381-3938 or renata.cirne@amidapartners.com.

(press release)

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