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Alternative industry expert Paul Hamill joins Privium Fund Management

Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Opalesque Industry Update - Privium announced the hire of Paul Hamill into Privium Fund Management as COO to drive the growth of activities.

Paul joins from HSBC prime brokerage where he was Global Head of Prime Finance responsible for their hedge fund activities. Paul brings more than two decades of experience in the alternative investment industry with Citadel Investment Group (Europe and Asia), ING Barings and Bankers Trust.

Commenting on the appointment, Privium 's CEO Clayton Heijman said: "We are delighted with the arrival of Paul Hamill and his experience. Over the years Paul has built up the knowledge and expertise that fits our client base of starting and existing fund managers. This is supportive to Privium's growth in activities across the different alternative asset classes, structures and domiciles."

Paul said: "The alternative investment industry continues to grow to new record levels. Portfolio managers require a solid infrastructure in this competitive industry. The increase of regulation and compliance guidelines require a selection of business partners that can make the difference at the starting phase and during the expansion. I am very excited to be part of an organisation that has tremendous growth potential in the different markets."

Privium Fund Management is a global infrastructure provider to the alternative investment industry.

Since its inception in 2008 it has developed activities in various key financial centres. Operating from amongst others London, Amsterdam and Hong Kong and with over $ 2.5 Bn of Assets under Management, Privium is providing regulatory hosting solutions, risk, compliance and investment oversight together with middle office support.

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