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SaLaurMor Capital LP hires Anat Leon

Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Opalesque Industry Update: SaLaurMor Capital LP has announced that Anat Leon has joined the firm as its Chief Financial Officer. Ms. Leon brings to SaLaurMor almost ten years of experience in the investment business, including a great deal of expertise in off-shore financial statement reporting. Anat also has expertise in documentation analysis. Ms. Leon will be based in the New York City office. SaLaurMor Capital was founded in 2012 and is a value-oriented, long-short equity fund focused on financial institutions.

Anat comes to SaLaurMor from ISP Financial Trading, a proprietary trading division of a boutique investment operation. Prior to ISP, Anat was Chief Financial Officer at The Dragon Variation Fund, LP, where she managed all aspects of finance, control, administration and investor relations for both the U.S. dollar-denominated and Israeli shekel-denominated offshore hedge funds. While at Dragon, Anat upgraded and automated many processes and was well regarded by the fund's auditors. Anat has also worked at Sage Capital Growth, Inc., a global investment manager with investments exceeding $3 bn. At Sage, she prepared and reviewed monthly net asset values and led the investment manager’s efforts in preparation of off-shore hedge funds’ financial statements.

“We are pleased to welcome Anat to SaLaurMor Capital and I look forward to working with her as she engages investors and our service providers to deliver exceptional service to the investment management community”, said Joel Salomon, Founder and Managing Member of SaLaurMor Capital. “During our discussions in recent months, we’ve come to appreciate Anat’s financial acumen and attention to detail”, he added.

“I look forward to working with the team at SaLaurMor Capital and ensuring there is an efficient back-office function, along with providing investors with full transparency and ensuring they have all the information they require”, said Ms. Leon. “I look forward to assisting SaLaurMor in becoming a world-class hedge fund.”

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