Butterfield Fulcrum Establishes West Coast Presence

Jun 15 2011 | 11:28am ET

Brian Young, a director of business development with hedge fund administrator Butterfield Fulcrum, will promote the company’s services across the west coast and mid-west.

Young joined Butterfield Fulcrum in 2010 from BNP Paribas-Corporate and Investment Banking where he held various positions within the equity & commodity derivatives group. Previously based in New York, Young will now be located in the Pacific Northwest,

“There are tremendous opportunities for Butterfield Fulcrum to provide its full-service administration offering to the investment communities on the west coast as well as the mid-west as these markets are home to a vast number of hedge funds, fund of funds, family offices, private equity and real estate funds,” said Glenn Henderson, Butterfield Fulcrum CEO. “We are pleased to announce that Brian will spearhead these efforts and ensure that the appropriate resources are allocated to facilitate and support the needs of our expanding client base.”

Butterfield Fulcum services more than 800 funds, has 10 offices in nine countries and employs over 500 people.


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