InfoHedge Names Alex Zhivov Head of Product Engineering

Dec 6 2010 | 12:42pm ET

InfoHedge Technologies, a provider of IT services and solutions to the alternative investment industry, has appointed Alex Zhivov as a managing director of product engineering.

Zhivov came to InfoHedge in October 2010 after three years as CTO at hedge fund Principled Asset Administration. Prior to that he’d spent eight years at UBS Prime Brokerage group.

In his new post, Zhivov will oversee all product management and engineering initiatives, along with client feedback for product improvement, research and development.

“We are excited to welcome Alex aboard as we continue to improve our product,” said Alexander Kouperman, InfoHedge founding principal and president. “InfoHedge made a strong commitment to deliver ‘best of breed’ private cloud infrastructure to its clients via a single-custody model five years ago, and we are delivering on our promise. Alex will work directly with clients and our R&D team to make sure that InfoHedge Hosted Platform meets the needs of our client community.”

InfoHedge’s client base consists of hedge funds, fund administrators, broker dealers, fund of funds, exchanges and investment advisors.

 


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