ISIS Fund Services Expands In Atlanta With State Street Vet

Feb 1 2013 | 11:39am ET

ISIS Fund Services  has expanded its Charlotte, North Carolina office with the hire of Jennifer Cavanna as group manager of investor services.

Cavanna joins ISIS from IFS, a State Street Company, where she was responsible for launching the U.S. AML team where she managed a staff of 13 team members between the New York and Boston offices. The U.S. AML team was responsible for remediating all investors in the funds administered by IFS.

“With over 10 years’ experience in the areas of compliance and investor servicing, Jennifer is a great addition to the ISIS team and will be instrumental in helping us to further develop our investor services offering,” says Mike Gentile, senior vice president of operations in Charlotte.

“I am thrilled to be joining a fund administrator that places such high value on providing clients and their investors with a tailored customer services approach,” comments Jennifer Cavanna. “I look forward to using the experience I have acquired from my positions at highly regarded fund administration companies to enhance ISIS’ already excellent investor services offering.”

ISIS is an independent fund administrator providing administrative and operational support to a wide range of global investment managers adopting a diverse range of investment styles. The firm's product offering specializes in hedge funds, ILS funds, fund of hedge funds and private equity funds with a comprehensive range of fund administration services. ISIS has offices in Bermuda, the Cayman Islands and the U.S.


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