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Daniel Strachman joins Apex Fund Services to head US business development

Wednesday, January 04, 2017
Opalesque Industry Update - Global independent fund administrator, Apex Fund Services, today announces the appointment of investment expert Daniel Strachman. Strachman, who joins Apex Fund Services (US) Inc. as Head of US Business Development, is a well known industry expert who boasts an impressive background in the investment management industry.

He brings with him more than twenty years of in-depth financial services experience having held positions at Cantor Fitzgerald & Company, Morgan Stanley & Company and having led A&C Advisors LLC for sixteen years delivering strategic guidance, counsel and support to investment management companies and institutional investors.

Strachman is the author of nine investment strategy books including ‘The Fundamentals of Hedge Fund Management and Getting Started in Hedge Funds’. In his new role at Apex he will drive U.S. growth initiatives and deliver fund management clients with proactive fund administration solutions.

Peter Hughes, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Apex Fund Services, said: “Daniel is a really important addition to our US team at this time and he brings with him unrivaled experience of the local asset management space. The appointment of such an experienced investment expert demonstrates our commitment to expanding Apex’s US market presence and providing clients with the best and most knowledgeable local support available. Daniel’s career speaks for itself and his background and subsequent knowledge base will help drive our North American presence forward as we continue to expand our local footprint.”

Daniel Strachman, Head of US Business Development, Apex Fund Services (US) Inc, said: “I am truly excited and thrilled to be joining Apex at this pivotal time in the fund management industry. Never before has the industry been under so much market, fee, performance and regulatory pressure where a truly independent fund administrator is needed and warranted by investors and managers alike. I look forward to expanding Apex’s reach in the market by delivering exactly what the market needs.”

Apex Fund Services, established in Bermuda in 2003, is one of the world’s largest independent fund administration and middle office solutions providers. Apex has continually improved and evolved its product suite by surrounding these core administrative services with additional products spanning the full value chain; from information delivery and regulatory products to capital introduction services. The globally distributed service model is delivered by over 600 staff, across 23 full service centres and an additional 10 sales offices. Apex now administers the investments of some of the largest funds and institutional investors in the world

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