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Kaufman Rossin Fund Services appoints Harrison Blase as senior operations manager

Friday, November 30, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update: Kaufman Rossin Fund Services (KRFS), a top-rated fund administrator, today announced that Harrison Blase has joined the company as part of their strategic growth strategy.

Mr. Blase will be based in the KRFS Dallas office and in his new capacity will oversee operational best practices both internally and for the firm’s clients. Blase will work closely with James Davis, head of the Dallas office, in providing administration solutions to KRFS’ expanding Southwest client base.

Before joining KRFS, Blase was a founding partner and COO at Blue River Partners. Prior to founding Blue River, Mr. Blase was the Controller at Swank Capital and prior to that he was with Rothstein Kass & Company.

"We’re very excited to welcome Harrison to the KRFS family. He brings with him a deep understanding of the complexity surrounding the operational issues affecting fund managers," said Jorge R. de Cardenas, co-founder and Director of KRFS. "We've been searching for a candidate with Harrison’s skills and enthusiasm for some time and are fortunate he has chosen to be a part of the KRFS team."

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