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Kaufman Rossin Fund Services opens office in Texas

Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update: Kaufman Rossin Fund Services (KRFS), a top rated fund administrator, today announced it is opening an office in Dallas in order to focus on administration and relationship management for hedge funds, commodity pools, fund of funds, private equity funds and family offices. The new office will support KRFS’s growing Southwest regional client base with a wide range of services including accounting, valuation, middle and back office outsourcing, investor services, treasury and tax services.

James Davis, an industry veteran with over 20 years of experience, will head the new office. Mr. Davis was most recently a Senior Vice President for Jefferies & Co.’s Prime Brokerage division in Dallas. Prior to his position at Jefferies, Mr. Davis served as CFO of a Texas based hedge fund.

"Better serving the needs of our clients located in Texas and the Southwest is the primary reason for our expansion," said Jorge R. de Cardenas, co-founder and Director of KRFS. “Our physical presence along with the experience and leadership of James Davis reinforces our commitment to serve this leading alternative investment community.”

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