Apex Hires JPMorgan Vet Brown

Apr 22 2013 | 10:30am ET

Hedge fund administrator Apex Fund Services has tapped JP Morgan vet Elliott Brown for the newly created position of managing director, Americas.

Brown, who will oversee the growth of all of Apex’s offices in North and South America, was with JP Morgan for 18 years, most recently as the managing director responsible for the bank’s global hedge fund administration business. Prior to that, Brown was in strategy and business development and was instrumental in the formation of the hedge fund and private equity fund administration businesses at JPMorgan. Brown also worked for JPMorgan in Australia in relationship management and operations.
 
Apex America recently opened new offices in New York and offers office space to emerging fund managers as part of its emerging manager incubation service launched in February 2013.
 
Apex, with more than $23 billion under administration, employs over 300 people in 29 offices worldwide.


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