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Mark Baak to start at Darwin Platform

Wednesday, January 04, 2012

Mr. Mark Baak
Opalesque Industry Update: On January 1, 2012 Mr. Mark Baak started at Darwin Platform. He will be responsible for the support and coordination of various investment management initiatives either tailor made or efficiently through Privium Fund Management.

Mark Baak was the head of portfolio management at Finles Capital Management and initiated the Dutch hedge fund index. In addition he is a regular columnist and presenter at industry seminars.

Mark Baak: "Despite the volatile market climate there are numerous good investment management initiatives that deserve a chance. These are off utmost importance for the innovative character and evolution of the financial industry."

Clayton Heljman, founder and CEO: "As a result of the increasing requirements of investors, increased regulation adn supervision both existing and starting investment management irms require a solid infrastructure and a business partner with exerience and expertise. Mark is a terrific addition to the international team."

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