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Nick Neri joins Circle Partners as VP

Thursday, January 10, 2019
Opalesque Industry Update - Nick Neri joined Circle Partners as Vice President of Business Development U.S. subsidiary. He brings 20+ years of industry experience within the traditional and alternative financial markets with an emphasis on Hedge Funds, Private Equity, Crypto Currency, Emerging Managers, Family Offices, and Technology Platforms.

Throughout his career Nick has established strong long term personal and professional relationships which span the global financial markets including Brokerage Firms, Banking Institutions, Audit and Tax Firms, and Advisory and Legal Firms.

Prior to joining Circle Partners, Nick was Head of Client Relations, North America / Chief Operating Officer for Mainstream Fund Services (formerly Fundadministration Inc.) based out of New York / Florida; Nick is responsible for the overall planning and execution of the U.S. business development strategies.

Circle Partners is a leading independent fund administrator established in the year 2000, Circle Partners provides a comprehensive range of administration and corporate services to hedge funds, fund of funds, real estate funds, private equity funds and crypto currency funds.

With offices located in 8 Countries, a staff of 100+, and over $10bn in assets under administration it offers a boutique approach, combining local presence and a global reach.

Gerben Oldekamp, global head of business development, commented: Although we have a global footprint and have rapidly grown the company over the past years, our US operation still could improve its visibility in the US market. We are pleased to have Nick on board and are confident he can play an important role in this respect.

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