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Hedge Fund Association announces results of 2020 Global Board of Directors election

Tuesday, May 05, 2020
Opalesque Industry Update - The Hedge Fund Association (HFA), a leading international nonprofit trade and nonpartisan lobbying organization, announced the results of its 2020 Global Board of Directors election.

HFA members re-elected Camille Clemons, Jennifer Keeney and Emily Slocum, and elected Jill Calton, Lauri Goodwyn, James Koutoulas, Alexander Reyes and Joshua Stone.

All HFA Directors are volunteers serving for up to 2 consecutive 3-year terms.

Jill Calton, UMB Fund Services

Camille Clemons, Cohen & Company

Lauri Goodwyn, Seward & Kissel LLP

Jennifer Keeney, BNY Mellon Wealth Management

James Koutoulas, Typhon Capital Management

Alexander Reyes, Citrin Cooperman

Emily Slocum, GQR Global Markets

Joshua Stone, FundsLawyer PLLC

"We are thrilled to enhance our global leadership with these outstanding Directors representing a cross-section of diverse executives from the alternative investment industry. While HFA's live events are on pause during the current environment, our board, regional directors and committees will continue to expand member programs, including virtual educational and networking events," said Mitch Ackles, HFA's Global President.

The Hedge Fund Association (HFA) is an international non-profit industry trade and nonpartisan lobbying organization devoted to advancing transparency, development and trust in alternative investments.

HFA leaders are volunteers and work on behalf of the entire hedge fund industry, including more than 10,000 hedge funds in the U.S. and abroad which collectively manage in excess of $3 trillion in assets, as well as sophisticated investors and industry service providers.

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