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Swiss hedge fund Heieck Siebrecht Capital Advisors hires Analyst and Head of Investor Relations

Thursday, October 20, 2011
"We are very happy that Jelena and Aria are joining the team”, says Stefan Heieck, Founding Partner of HSCA AG. “As Head of Investor Relations, Jelena will be in charge of our communications with current and new investors and is an excellent fit to enhance one part of our company. Aria has previously worked alongside us and, as a permanent member of the team, will be supporting the portfolio management of the Varus Fund as an analyst."

Ms. Davidson holds a Master’s degree in Economics from the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis and an MBA in Corporate Finance from the International University of Monaco. Prior to joining HSCA AG, Ms. Davidson worked at Geneva-based UBP Asset Management. Ms. Davidson has specialized in funds sales, marketing and client acquisition, with a focus on traditional and alternative investments.

Mr. Ameri is experienced in German and European equities and has previously worked with Stefan Heieck and Frank Siebrecht as an intern. Mr. Ameri studied International Business and Finance at the Frankfurt School of Finance, San Diego State University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He also attended Summer School at Oxford University’s Hertford College.

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