Maples Expands HK Office

Mar 22 2013 | 9:56am ET

Hedge fund services provider Maples Fund Services has added Kit Pau to its Hong Kong team.

Pau, who joins as a vice president, comes to Maples from PricewaterhouseCoopers Hong Kong, where he was a founding member of the private equity and real estate fund industry specialized group. He has more than 14 years of experience providing advisory and assurance services, including internal controls, financial reporting, administration and compliance for various types of private equity, hedge funds, venture capital, REITs and privately held real estate funds.

In his new role, Pau will assume operational responsibility for the fund accounting and investor services teams in Hong Kong.

Said Eastern Fong, regional head of fund services for Asia, in a statement: “Kit brings a wealth of experience in private equity and hedge fund administration to our growing operations. His superior technological and professional expertise will help us continue to expand as a leading player in Asia.”
 


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