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Maples Fiduciary Services expands investment funds team

Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Opalesque Industry Update: Following continued growth, Maples Fiduciary Services, a leading global fiduciary services provider, has expanded its Investment Funds Team in the Cayman Islands with the addition of Abali Hoilett as Senior Vice President and Fund Director.

Abali has extensive experience in providing director and trustee services to a wide array of investment fund structures and strategies. In his new position, Abali will serve as an independent director on a limited number of hedge funds and private equity funds. Maples Fiduciary Services’ Investment Funds Team has provided independent directors to investment funds since it was established in 2003. With the industry experiencing an increased focus on corporate governance, Maples Fiduciary has grown significantly over the past several years to address the demand for experienced independent directors. The Investment Funds Team now comprises 25 professional directors resident in the Cayman Islands, Delaware, Dublin, Dubai and Luxembourg, serving a broad range of investment fund structures.

“We are delighted to have Abali join our team. His experience, impressive academic achievements and independent perspective are the qualities we look for in our directors,” Peter Huber, Global Co-Head of Fiduciary Services, said.

Abali is a CFA Charter holder, CAIA designation holder and a FRM certified by the Global Association of Risk Professionals. He currently serves on the board of the CFA Society of the Cayman Islands and is a member of the Cayman Islands Directors Association (CIDA). Abali is also a Notary Public in and for the Cayman Islands.

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