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Larch Lane Advisors appoints director in charge of sale of fund of hedge funds and hedge fund seeding funds

Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update - Larch Lane Advisors LLC, a member company of Old Mutual Asset Management, announced today that Lisa Preudhomme has been appointed as a Director of Sales and Marketing. In this role, Ms. Preudhomme will be responsible for the institutional sales and marketing of Larch Lane's fund of hedge funds and hedge fund seeding funds.

"We are excited to have Lisa join our team. She has a proven track record of working with institutional investors and is a solid addition to Larch Lane," says Mark Jurish, Founder, CEO/CIO of Larch Lane. "Despite continued challenges in the hedge fund industry, we see demand from high quality investors for hedge fund seeding and early stage hedge fund investing. Larch Lane is continuing to add to our team to best service these investors," continues Mr. Jurish.

Ms. Preudhomme joins Larch Lane from Cadogan Management LLC, a hedge fund of funds firm, where she served as Vice President of Client Service and U.S. Business Development. She has also held positions in Investor Relations from 1999 to 2005 at Dreyfus Investment Advisors and from 1994 to 1998 in Research at Clay Finlay, an international equity money manager.

(press release)


Larch Lane Advisors LLC is a registered investment advisory firm and an affiliate of Old Mutual Asset Management, specializing in the management of alternative investment portfolios. Larch Lane Advisors LLC manages commingled funds and customized portfolios for clients in two distinct investment strategies: constructing diversified portfolios of hedge funds and negotiating and structuring seed investments in hedge funds. www.larchlane.com

Old Mutual Asset Management (OMAM) is a global multi-boutique investment organization, managing and growing a diverse portfolio of asset managers that serve institutional and individual investors around the world. The assets under management of OMAM's 18 affiliated investment firms were $259 billion as of December 31, 2011. OMAM is the name through which Old Mutual (US) Holdings Inc. conducts its U.S. asset management business. Its parent company is London-based Old Mutual plc. www.oldmutualus.com

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