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Triton appoints Ryan Mitchell as senior vice president

Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Opalesque Exclusive: Triton Capital Advisors (www.tritonca.com), a provider of managed futures investments and research services, announced today Ryan Mitchell has joined the firm as Senior Vice President.

Mr. Mitchell will partner with the Triton team to service and meet the alternative investment needs of sophisticated investors, family offices and registered investment advisors.

Ryan’s extensive background in the alternative investment space will enhance Triton’s commitment to serving the goals of our clientele.” said Richard Singer, Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer of Triton.

Mr. Mitchell has over 11 years of experience in the alternative investment space. Most recently he was Senior Vice President of HedgeCo Securities, where his responsibilities included conducting quantitative and qualitative due diligence on funds, consulting with qualified investors in regards to fund manager selection and portfolio construction, as well as performing marketing and consulting duties for fund clients. Previously, Mr. Mitchell was the CEO and co-founder of Alternative Asset Partners, Inc., a research, consulting and third party marketing firm. Mr. Mitchell also has extensive experience as a systems developer and equities trader, primarily employing statistical arbitrage strategies.

Mr. Mitchell is a graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara, where he received a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Business Economics. Mr. Mitchell holds the Series 3, 7, 30 and 63 licenses, is a CAIA Level II Candidate and also currently serves as an Assistant Director of the West Coast Chapter of the Hedge Fund Association.

(press release)

About Triton
Triton is an independent and highly specialized financial services group that provides access to a premier platform of managed futures investments designed to meet the needs of sophisticated investors. We work with individual qualified investors, institutions, wealth advisors and family offices to understand their needs, goals, risk tolerance levels, and interest in alternative investments, both absolute and relative to their other investments. Our services, which include research and due diligence, portfolio construction and risk management, real-time portfolio analysis and reporting, are supported by a proprietary and comprehensive tracking platform. We approach investing with a three-pronged process - education and feedback, portfolio analysis and design, and review and monitoring. Our methodology focuses on our clients' alternative investment goals. Corporate website:Source
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