AIS Hires Ex-HedgeServ, BNY-Mellon Sales Exec.

Apr 4 2012 | 2:21am ET

Hedge fund support services firm AIS Fund Administration has a new top salesman in London.

The Hackensack, N.J.-based firm announced that Tim Jones was named senior vice president and sales manager at its office in the U.K. capital. Jones formerly worked as director of business development at HedgeServ and vice president of European sales at Bank of New York Mellon Alternative Investment Services.

From London, Jones will lead the firm's European sales effort.

“I have wanted Tim on our team for many years, and I am thrilled he has joined AIS to help steer our growth in Europe," Paul Chain, AIS president, said. "This comes at a very good time as we are currently  rolling out a new reporting platform.”


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