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Kevin Pilarski joins PwC as Financial Services Advisory Director

Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Kevin Pilarski, PwC
Opalesque Industry Update – Kevin Pilarski announced today that he took a new position at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. In his new role, he is a Director in the Financial Services Advisory practice, focusing on the derivatives markets, regulation and alternative investments.

Kevin is a capital markets strategist active in the investment management industry for 25 years. In 2008, he founded Forest Glen Asset Management. Prior to that, he was Partner and derivative portfolio manager at Kilkenny Capital Management and Director of alternative strategies / derivatives at Dow Jones & Co. Contact e-mail: kevin.pilarski@us.pwc.com, Phone: (312) 298 2652

Additionally, Kevin invites you to PwC's 11th Annual Alternative Investments Seminar: From black box to open book: trust and transparency, which will be hosted in nine U.S. Cities in December this year. The seminar brings over 2,000 hedge fund and private equity industry professionals together to hear from PwC thought leaders on hot regulatory, accounting and tax topics impacting the industry. More details and registration: Source

- FG

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