Rothstein Kass Taps Kaminsky As Principal

Jan 17 2012 | 1:25pm ET

New Jersey-based financial services group Rothstein Kass has tapped Gary S. Kaminsky as a principal in its business advisory services group.

Kaminsky brings over 25 years of related legal, regulatory and asset management experience to the position, including having served as co-founder, principal, COO, CCO and general counsel for two hedge fund management companies—Rose Glen Capital Group and Rock Hill Partners—and as director of compliance and counsel for Susquehanna Investment Group.

Kaminsky began his career as an attorney with the enforcement division of the Securities and Exchange Commission and served a stint as a white collar defense attorney at Dechert, Price & Rhoads but most recently has been advising clients in the oversight of fund regulatory, compliance and operations infrastructure.

At Rothstein Kass, Kaminsky will work in coordination with investment management clients, including hedge funds, private equity funds and broker-dealers, to advise on regulatory/compliance issues and conduct independent reviews of operations and optimize reporting processes. Within this framework, he will also assist in the development and maintenance of effective enterprise risk management systems that facilitate compliance with existing and new regulatory guidelines.
 


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