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New York Alternative Investment Roundtable announces partnership with BNY Mellon

Wednesday, March 28, 2018
Opalesque Industry Update - The New York Alternative Investment Roundtable is pleased to announce BNY Mellon as its newest sponsor.

BNY Mellon's Alternative Investment Services group provides a comprehensive range of support services for all aspects of the alternative investment industry, with specific offerings for private equity funds, hedge funds, fund of hedge funds, real estate funds, REITS and liquid alternatives. The group's range of services includes custody, cash management, accounting and administration and investor services, among others.

"BNY Mellon's extensive knowledge and experience with all aspects of the alternative investment industry make the firm a natural partner for the Roundtable," said Adam Weinstein, President of the New York Alternative Investment Roundtable. "We have no doubt that BNY Mellon's involvement will help advance the Roundtable's mission to promote education and best practices within the alternative investment industry."

Added Chandresh Iyer, CEO, Alternative Investment Services, BNY Mellon: "Greater investor appetite for alternatives and increasing demand for innovation and disruption in the industry make forums such as the Roundtable essential. We look forward to supporting its mission to educate industry stakeholders and foster best practices at a time of such vital growth and deep change."

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