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Citi awarded expanded mandate to provide hedge fund administration services to Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors

Tuesday, December 04, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update: Citi has been awarded an expanded mandate from Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors to provide administration services for five additional hedge funds. Citi’s total hedge fund mandate with Kayne Anderson now includes seven funds and over $2 billion in assets under administration.

Kayne Anderson is a Los Angeles-based alternative investment firm focusing in the energy, infrastructure, growth capital, real estate and middle market credit sectors.

“We are pleased to continue to demonstrate the value of our operational team,” said Bob Wallace, North America Head of Securities and Fund Services, Citi. “We look forward to continuing to support Kayne Anderson’s growth by delivering leading technology that assists our client’s ability to provide transparency.”

With over $445 billion of alternative assets under administration, Citi is a leading provider of investment services that help hedge fund managers ease operational and administrative burdens. Citi’s full suite of solutions delivered through Citi OpenInvestorSM lets hedge fund managers focus on building relationships and growing their business.

“Clients such as Kayne Anderson are looking for a provider that knows how to support them in meeting the expectations of their investor base,” said Michael Sleightholme, Citi’s Global Head of Hedge Fund Services. Citi understands their needs and is committed to helping make that happen. We look forward to working together with Kayne to help them reach their business objectives.”

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