HedgeServ Adds Managing Director

Aug 16 2011 | 1:01pm ET

Global hedge fund administrator HedgeServ has hired Farnaz Milani has joined as a managing director on its sales team.  In her new role, Milani will be responsible for building relationships with leading hedge fund managers, funds of hedge funds, private equity funds, and institutional investors. She will report directly to Jim Kelly, chairman of HedgeServ.

“Farnaz is a proven veteran in fund administration with an industry-wide reputation for integrity,” said Justin Nadler, president of HedgeServ. “We enthusiastically welcome Farnaz as a significant addition to the HedgeServ team.”

Most recently, Milani was vice president of business development at State Street IFS.  Prior to IFS, she was a vice president of business development at Bank of New York Alternative Investment Services.

HedgeServ has over 350 employees across its offices in New York City, Chicago, Grand Cayman, Dublin, and London, and has more than $105 billion in assets under administration. 


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