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AIS Fund Administration hires Tim Jones for the UK sales team

Tuesday, April 03, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update - AIS Fund Administration, a leader in outsourced middle and back office support and fund administration to the hedge fund community, announced it has hired Tim Jones as Senior Vice President and Sales Manager of the London AIS office. Mr. Jones will be responsible for AIS’ European sales effort.

“I have wanted Tim on our team for many years, and I am thrilled he has joined AIS to help steer our growth in Europe, said Paul Chain, President of AIS Fund Administration. This comes at a very good time as we are currently rolling out a new reporting platform.”

Mr. Jones brings with him a wealth of experience and is well respected in the alternatives market. Mr. Jones was most recently Director of Business Development at HedgeServ and previously worked as Vice President of European Sales at the Bank of New York Mellon Alternative Investment Services.

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