Privium Taps Tanner As COO

Oct 5 2012 | 9:03am ET

Privium Fund Management (UK) has hired Debbie Tanner as compliance officer and COO.
 
Tanner, who has 15 years' asset management experience, held the same post at the London hedge fund group Olympus Capital.

Said Tanner, in a statement: “The implementation of new regulation both in the UK and in the EU will make it necessary to have the relevant expertise on board. I am delighted to join this  company of industry experts and to support the set-up of new investment funds.

“Despite the volatile market climate there are numerous attractive investment
management initiatives. It is of utmost importance that these funds start up with a solid  and scalable infrastructure.”

Privium, established in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, provides capital introduction services, assists in the establishing of hedge funds and also provides operational and back-office support, including settlements risk managment.

Privium has offices in London, Hong Kong, Luxembourg, Amsterdam and the Cayman Islands.


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