HazelTree Fund Services Adds Managing Director To NY Office

Oct 18 2011 | 9:57am ET

HazelTree Fund Services, a provider of treasury management services to hedge funds, has named Wilson Pringle as a managing director in the firm’s New York office.

"We've seen unprecedented demand for HazelTree's Treasury Suite product this year, and that demand has become heightened now that we are addressing Dodd Frank compliance with our new Form PF workbook," said Stephen Casner, chief executive officer of the firm. "Our client base has more than doubled in recent months, so we are bringing Wilson in at precisely the right time to ensure that the level of specialized attention and service we've become known for continues unabated."

Prior to joining HazelTree, Pringle was co-head of business development for Stanfield Global Strategies' financing businesses, which has over $25 billion in assets, and he has also served as head of North American client services covering hedge funds and asset managers for JP Morgan's global derivatives services group.

HazelTree Fund Services has offices in New York and San Francisco. The firm specializes in cash management, stock loan, stock borrow, counter party exposure, forex hedging, margin and reconciliation activities for cash, positions and trades, as well as regulatory and compliance tools. 


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