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Strategic Preservation mulls closing fund to new investors, hires IR director

Monday, September 14, 2015

Komfie Manalo, Opalesque Asia:

Kirk Bostrom, founder and general partner of Strategic Preservation Partners LP (SPP) said, in an e-mail received by Opalesque, that his company may close its Strategic Preservation Fund to new investors in the coming weeks.

At the same time, Bostrom announced the recent appointment of Melanie Hatchell Taylor as its Director of Investors Relations. Hatchell Taylor's investor relation’s career spans Wall Street, where she represented Fortune 500 clients to sell-side and buy-side analysts, to the Silicon Valley where she was IR and Corporate Communications Director in the semiconductor sector.

She will help support the growing qualified investor demand for SPP’s new and emerging private investment fund.

Strategic Preservation Partners LP is a private asset management firm based in Palo Alto, California, founded in December 2012. The firm manages the Strategic Preservation Fund LP, which offers qualified investors the opportunity to protect their accumulated wealth by exploiting the downward phase of next global market cycle.

In a recent blog, Bostrom says that the massive debt and leverage that caused the housing and credit crisis of 2007-9 never went away but has shi......................

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