Kinetic Partners Expands in NY

Oct 18 2007 | 11:33am ET

Kinetic Partners is ramping up its New York office with a trio of new hires. Patrick Maloney, a senior hire and formerly a senior regulatory counsel at Bear Stearns, joins to develop Kinetic's operation in the U.S.
 
In addition, Kinetic recently appointed Micah Taylor, formerly a senior regulatory consultant at BISYS, as a senior advisor and Matthew Haney, formerly an assistant vice president at Citigroup, has joined as a consultant, with expertise in operational risk, hedge fund accounting and transfer agency.
 
"The globalised nature of the asset management industry means clients increasingly need advisers who can work seamlessly across borders,” said co-founder Julian Korek. “New York is a global financial centre of critical importance, and this expansion of our New York office means we can now offer a full range of US-related services to both the US and international investment management industry.”
 


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