Hedge Fund Association Names New Midwest Chapter Head

Mar 18 2011 | 8:27am ET

The Hedge Fund Association today announced that it has appointed Edward Foreman, a tax partner at Price Waterhouse Coopers, as director of its Midwest Chapter.

“It’s an honor to serve as the Director of HFA’s Midwest Chapter.  I have watched the hedge fund industry evolve and become an important participant in the global financial markets. I look forward to advancing the HFA’s many initiatives in Chicago and the greater Midwest area,” said Foreman.

The Midwest Chapter’s new leadership will be introduced on March 22 at the HFA Symposium on Government Impact on the Markets and Hedge Funds. 
 
The Hedge Fund Association is a not-for-profit international group of forward-thinkers, practitioners and investors united to influence public policy and foster new opportunity throughout the global hedge fund industry. HFA advocates for members by giving voice to the issues through the education of investors, the media, regulators and legislators. Members of the HFA also serve the community through a commitment to philanthropy and academic excellence.


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