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LaCrosse Global Fund Services, a provider of operations, middle-office and fund administration services to managers, has appointed Diane Cassidy global head of sales and marketing, with responsibility for leading the firm's sales and client relationship management teams.
Cassidy was previously a senior vice-president at DPM Mellon, where she worked for the hedge fund administration sales and client strategy, including leadership of the DPM global client service team.
Lacrosse was formerly the operations, administration and tech arm of Cargill Global Capital Markets, Cargill’s prop trading arm. After Cargill Global became Black River Asset Management in 2003, LaCrosse was spun out in October 2006.