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Horizon Cash Management hires Danielle Blount as portfolio analyst

Tuesday, November 01, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update - Horizon Cash Management LLC, the leading investment advisor specializing in active cash management solutions for the alternative investment industry, today announced that it has hired Danielle Blount as portfolio analyst.

Ms. Blount works closely with the portfolio management team and is responsible for portfolio credit research. In this capacity, she seeks to identify both opportunities and potential trouble spots in the fixed income marketplace before they become industry knowledge. This ‘early detection’ analysis provides great value to Horizon’s Portfolio Managers.

Jill King partner, senior vice president and senior portfolio manager, Horizon Cash Management, said, “It is increasingly clear that volatility in the market is driven equally by economic, political and regulatory metrics that require careful monitoring and evaluation. Danielle brings substantial technical and fundamental analysis to Horizon. Her experience examining complicated products and structures adds great depth to our analytical capabilities and will help Horizon and its clients to pinpoint investing opportunities in the current low-interest rate environment.” Source

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