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Kinetics announced Pierre Bourlatchka as Director on risk management/monitoring team in London

Monday, July 18, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update - Pierre Bourlatchka has been appointed a Director at Kinetic Partners and will join the risk management consulting and monitoring team in London. This new appointment will further enhance Kinetic Partners’ comprehensive service offering across the risk spectrum.

Pierre joins Kinetic Partners from F&C Asset Management, where he worked for the Alternative Investment Market Risk team, focusing on all aspects of AI risk management and reporting. During his time at F&C Asset Management, Pierre was involved in all aspects of risk across a large variety of asset classes. Prior to this, Pierre worked within Risk Management and Quantitative Analysis at Deephaven Capital Management on the Volatility & Convertibles bonds, High Yield & Fixed Income and Credit derivatives Funds. He has also worked at Allianz-Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein in the Equity Derivatives Quantitative desk.

Pierre commented: “I am thrilled to be joining Kinetic Partners’ highly respected risk team, particularly at the time when risk management practices across the industry are under the spotlight. The firm has a great reputation with strong expertise in the markets, fast growth, and excellent people, and I very much look forward to further building on a strong foundation of risk management services.”

Heading the Risk consulting team, Kinetic Partners’ Member Isabelle Tykoczinski added: “We are delighted to be welcoming Pierre to the team. He has excellent experience in market risk management and will be a valuable addition to the team as we look to grow and strengthen our risk management services to meet the demand of managers, investors and service providers. Our highly skilled team demonstrates our commitment to providing our clients with the best possible service delivered by industry-respected professionals.”

(press release)

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