WTP Advisors Hires Silverman for Capital Markets Practice

Oct 3 2011 | 9:21am ET

White Plains, NY-based tax and business advisory firm WTP Advisors has tapped Ilicia Silverman to head business development efforts for its capital markets division.

Silverman, with 18 years' experience in the financial industry, comes to her new post from Credit Suisse, where she served as a vice president and member of the prime consulting team, providing best practice consulting, assisting startups, spinouts and existing clients to build out all aspects of their operational infrastructure.

Silverman also has experience in financial software, having worked as a senior sales executive with SunGard focusing on portfolio accounting and partnership allocation/investor accounting systems for hedge funds and administrators. She has served as a business development manager with Global Investment Systems and as a sales executive with Financial Models Company. Prior to that, Silverman was a financial consultant with Merrill Lynch and an assistant vice president with Cantor Fitzgerald in government securities brokerage.

“Ilicia has a stellar reputation for helping hedge funds and firms in the alternative asset management community run their businesses better," said WTP Capital Markets CEO Lou Sala, "We are excited to have her join the WTP family and help us grow our reputation as a global leader in this space."

WTP Capital Markets provides operational support and tailored solutions for hedge funds in start-up, transition and growth phases.


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