HedgeServ Names New Head Of Global Sales

Jul 9 2012 | 5:02am ET

Hedge fund administrator HedgeServ has appointed Bill Kelly to head up its global sales. In his new role, Kelly will be based in New York report to Jim Kelly, HedgeServ chairman and co-founder.

Prior to joining HedgeServ, Kelly was the global head of sales at Paladyne, working with fund managers and fund administrators in providing solutions to improve their infrastructure.  Prior to Paladyne, Kelly spent 10 years at GlobeOp Financial Services.

"Bill is a dynamic addition to the HedgeServ team and a knowledgeable industry veteran recognized for his expertise in helping asset managers build institutional infrastructure," said Justin Nadler, HedgeServ president and co-founder. 

HedgeServ services funds with a combined total of over $150 billion in assets under management. The firm has offices is New York, Dublin, London, Chicago, and Grand Cayman.


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