Fund Administrator AIS Hires Technology Chief

May 5 2011 | 10:47am ET

AIS Fund Administration has added a chief technology officer to its executive ranks.

Anthony Perugini is the hedge fund administrator's first CTO. He joins from Harvard Management Co., Harvard University's endowment manager, where he was vice president of operations and accounting technology. He was also formerly CTO at Sandelman Partners.

"Tony has expertise in the latest technologies and development methodologies as well as superior knowledge of their applications to the hedge fund industry," Paul Chain, president of AIS, said. "AIS is fortunate to have him join our team, and we expect managers and investors alike to benefit from his vast experience."

New Jersey-based AIS has $21 billion in assets under administration.


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