Monday, 30 March 2015
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Jun 1 2011 | 2:05pm ET
Jeff Nason, founder of Marlin Holdings, has joined fund services provider Butterfield Fulcrum as a managing director, global and strategic relationships.
Nason will be responsible for building Butterfield’s relations with large, complex alternative asset fund groups. He will be based in the company’s New York office.
“Jeff has a unique background in fund management, asset allocation, fund seeding, due diligence and investigation,” said Glenn Henderson, CEO of Butterfield Fulcrum. “We are delighted to be bringing on board a professional who really understands our clients and what they, and their investors, want and expect out of their service providers. His depth of expertise will elevate our client service model in a climate where anticipating both investment manager and investor demands in valuation, independence, transparency and reporting is crucial.”
Nason founded and ran Marlin Holdings and its wholly-owned subsidiary Marlin Global Insight, where he conducted investment opportunity and deal sourcing due diligence on asset managers for investors, including institutions, family offices, fund of funds and high net worth individuals. Prior to setting up his own company in 2006, he was managing director at Ritchie Capital Management.
Butterfield Fulcrum is a leading independent fund services provider with 25 years of experience servicing clients in the alternative investment industry. The company services more than 800 funds and has 10 offices in nine countries and employs over 500 people.
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