Indian Outsourcing Firm eClerx Hires Credit Suisse Alumnus

Oct 3 2011 | 9:31am ET

Mumbai-based eClerx, a finance industry business process outsourcing firm, has hired Artie Schlesinger as senior manager.

In his new role, Schlesinger will provide support and guidance to clients in the hedge fund and prime broker space.

Schlesinger, with over 20 years of experience in the financial services industry, comes to eClerx from the $9 billion hedge fund advisory firm Caxton Associates where he'd been global head of operations. Prior to that, Schlesinger ran various operation departments at Credit Suisse and was critical in launching the prime brokerage and agency lending operations support group for middle and back office.

"Schlesinger brings with him a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the industry and we are pleased to have him on our senior management team,” said Alberto Corvo, managing principal, financial services, eClerx. “With more than 18 years of experience in the prime brokerage field and a long tenure as global head of operations at a leading hedge fund, he is the right resource to work together with our new and existing clients."
 


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