Apex Adds Hecksher As Biz. Dev. Chief

Dec 6 2010 | 4:19am ET

Hedge fund administrator Apex Fund Services has a new head of business development. Thalius Hecksher will oversee the development and management of global sales and client relations at all of Apex's 21 offices.

Hecksher joins the firm from Linedata Services, where he was head of sales for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He previously worked at Thomson Financial as a sales director.

Hecksher will work from Red Bank, N.J.-based Apex's Irish office.

"Apex has a short term target of breaking into the world's top 25 fund administrators. Our total focus on providing the highest levels of client servicing in the industry across our entire global network is attracting unprecedented levels of new clients," managing director Peter Hughes said.

"Thalius has a proven track record of managing fast growing businesses and his appointment is a reflection of the calibre of people Apex is attracting."


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