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Investment bank North Street Group acquires fund administrator Hedge Fund Solutions

Thursday, May 23, 2013
Opalesque Industry Update -- North Street Group, a capital markets and investment banking firm, today announced the acquisition of Hedge Fund Solutions, LLC, a New York based Alternative Asset Service Provider. Additionally, North Street Group announced the name change and rebranding of Hedge Fund Solutions, LLC to North Street Global Fund Services, LLC. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

Hedge Fund Solutions offers industry leading fund administration for both emerging and established alternative asset managers.

"The strategic acquisition of Hedge Fund Solutions, LLC allows North Street to enter the alternative asset management space and expand its service offerings," said Alex Mascioli , Managing Partner of North Street Group.

Co-Head of North Street Global Fund Services Dean Betzios stated, "The transaction with North Street allows Hedge Fund Solutions' fund services to strengthen its infrastructure for our clients' needs."

"We're excited about this opportunity as it sets the foundation to allow us to grow alongside the funds we service," said Joseph Musto , Co-Head of North Street Global Fund Services.

For more information please visit www.NorthStreetFundServices.com.

About North Street Group; North Street is a capital markets and investment banking firm based in New York City.

About Hedge Fund Solutions, LLC.; Hedge Fund Solutions is an industry leading fund administration firm in the alternative asset management industry.

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