Apex Launches Capital Intro Service

Sep 16 2013 | 7:47am ET

Hedge fund administrator Apex Fund Services is celebrating its 10th anniversary by launching a capital introduction business.

Apex Capital Introduction Services will be headed by Managing Director Leah Cox, who has spent over 15 years in financial services and previously worked with Bear Stearns and Deutsche Bank.
 
Apex CIS will assist clients raising capital for all fund types including hedge, private equity, real estate and long-only. The division, which already has clients, will be able to help managers in any jurisdiction via Apex’s global network of 33 offices.

Said Peter Hughes, group managing director, in a statement:
 
“My focus is to develop new services that enable our clients to grow their businesses in a tough environment and I am delighted to celebrate Apex’s 10th birthday with the launch of Apex CIS. Raising new capital is the biggest challenge for most managers and I am very proud that Apex will be playing a key role in helping to bridge their funding gap.”
 

 


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