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OMERS' Dave Finstad joins Ranjan Bhaduri's Bodhi Research Group

Monday, September 10, 2018

Matthias Knab, Opalesque:

Bodhi Research Group announced and welcomed Dave Finstad, CFA as Visiting Researcher, the inaugural member of the BODHI visiting faculty. Based on the university model, BODHI visiting faculty members are experts who can be invoked instantly, if necessary, to work on special projects and mandates to meet client needs.

"BODHI's clients will benefit with Dave's session as a visiting Researcher," says Dr. Ranjan Bhaduri, CEO and Founder of Bodhi Research Group. "I am excited about getting the chance to work closely with Dave Finstad. Dave has decades of experience and a tremendous track record of positive impact. In addition, he is a really good person."

With over twenty-five years of experience, Dave Finstad joins BODHI from OMERS, where he was Director of External Relationships. At OMERS Mr. Finstad managed their external hedge fund, alternative and long-only strategies and generated consistent, above benchmark returns with low volatility. He also managed the multi-billion dollar external management program at Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo) which included both hedge funds and long-only equities.

"Dr. Ranjan Bhaduri is a well-respected investment professional of the highest integrity and I am proud to be associated with him and his team at Bodhi Research Group," says Dave Finstad.

Bodhi Research Group is an independent firm that is fully focused on research and education in the alternative investments arena. The......................

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