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Flintlock Capital Asset Management taps Butterfield Fulcrum as Exclusive Administrator

Thursday, November 12, 2009
Opalesque Industry Updates - Butterfield Fulcrum, a top five independent alternative fund administration company by assets under administration today announced that it has been selected as the exclusive third-party administrator for Flintlock Capital Asset Management, a discretionary global commodities manager set to launch in early 2010.

“We look to differentiate our fund by being liquid, transparent and understandable,” said David Walker, COO of Flintlock Capital Asset Management. “Butterfield Fulcrum’s real-time reporting of daily operations is integral to our value proposition.”

Flintlock Capital Asset Management selected Butterfield Fulcrum to provide month-end reporting services following a comprehensive administrator search.

“Flintlock Capital Asset Management is indicative of a new generation of hedge funds looking to stay ahead of regulatory and investor requirements by offering extreme reporting capabilities” said Akshaya Bhargava, Butterfield Fulcrum's CEO. “We are pleased to have exceeded their requirements and look forward to a long relationship.” Corporate website: Source

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