HazelTree Fund Services Adds Merlin’s Suber To Board

Jun 15 2011 | 4:37pm ET

HazelTree Fund Services, a provider of treasury management services for alternative investment managers, has added Ron Suber to its board of directors, effective immediately.

As senior partner and head of global sales and marketing for Merlin Securities, Suber will provide New York-based HazelTree with the benefit of his more than 20 years of experience in sales, marketing, strategy and business development across the hedge fund, broker dealer and registered investment adviser industries.

“Ron is a true leader within the hedge fund community and our board is thrilled to have him,” said HazelTree CEO Stephen Casner. “His energy, ideas and intuition will add invaluable perspective to our operations and help us continue being the pre-eminent provider of Treasury services for hedge funds.”

Suber stated “HazelTree is one of the most dynamic, innovative companies serving our industry today. Their unique solutions and services are redefining the way hedge funds manage their Treasury function. HazelTree provides unprecedented levels of value and service to hedge fund senior management and the funds’ investors.”

Prior to joining Merlin Securities, Suber was president of Spectrum Global Fund Administration. He worked at Bear Stearns from 1992 to 2006 where he was a senior managing director and the manager of global clearing sales for the prime brokerage, correspondent clearing and registered investment adviser businesses. 


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