Sunday, 21 September 2014
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Jun 7 2010 | 1:45pm ET
Nottingham Investment Administration has hired Lori Kahramanidis to serve as director of hedge fund services.
In her new role at the Rocky Mount, North Carolina-based fund administration firm, Kahramanidis will be responsible for streamlining operations for the company’s growing hedge fund business. Nottingham has added close to $1 billion in hedge fund client assets to its administrative platform so far in 2010.
“We continue to see tremendous growth in demand for our hedge fund services as new funds are launched and assets flow back into the industry,” said Kip Meadows, chief executive officer at Nottingham. “Lori brings significant background and experience in this area to our company and will be a great addition to our fund services team.”
Prior to joining Nottingham, Kahramanidis was with Morgan Stanley Fund Services, where she served as account manager team leader and helped oversee operations and fund accounting as well as multiple new fund launches. Before that, she was an operations and accounting manager at GlobeOp Financial Services, overseeing a group providing back office support services and fund administration.
Nottingham currently administers more than $24 billion in assets across a range of funds, including hedge funds and mutual funds.
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