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Kettera brings on Knoeck as CFO

Thursday, February 02, 2017
Opalesque Industry Update - Kettera Strategies LLC, owner and operator of Hydra, an independent custody-based managed account platform, today announced that James Knoeck has joined the firm as Chief Financial Officer.

Knoeck, 46, is the first person in this full-time position at Kettera and brings deep background as a senior financial services executive in the institutional investment, asset management and clearing businesses.

"Jim adds experience and depth to our executive team and will contribute greatly to the continued growth of Kettera and our Hydra platform," said Jon Stein, Kettera CEO.

Knoeck joins Kettera from the Options Clearing Corporation where he was Senior Vice President and Chief Audit Executive. Prior to that, he was Internal Audit Director for the State of Wisconsin Investment Board. Previous roles include management positions at Man Group PLC/Man Investments (USA) Inc., UBS Global Asset Management (Americas) Inc., Guggenheim Management Partners and KPMG LLP, all in Chicago.

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