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10 women from six countries to receive scholarship in advanced alternative investments education

Friday, June 12, 2015

Komfie Manalo, Opalesque Asia:

Ten women from six different countries are this year’s recipients of the 2015 100WHF/CAIA Scholarships, according to 100 Women in Hedge Funds (100WHF), Pacific Alternative Asset Management Company, LLC (PAAMCO), and the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) Foundation.

In a press statement, 100WHF, CAIA and PAAMCO said the 10 scholars would be provided access to an unmatched educational offering in the alternative investment industry, and help the industry "navigate a more investing landscape."

"This year's ten scholarship recipients hail from six different countries around the world, a testament to the increasingly global nature of the alternative investment industry," said William J. Kelly, chief Executive officer of CAIA. "As a group, they reflect the kind of diverse representation that CAIA has supported since our founding more than a dozen years ago. Additionally, I gratefully acknowledge the generous commitment, leadership, and financial support of PAAMCO that are key to making this initiative a success." The 10 scholars were identified as:

  • Lacey Farrell, Investment Associate, CareGroup Investment Office, Boston, MA Sharon Hwang, Investor Relations Associate, Watershed Asset Mana......................

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