C&A Consulting Adds To Team, Launches Family Office Consulting Practice

May 29 2014 | 7:18am ET

C&A Consulting has hired Danielle Crimmins to lead the firm’s new family office consulting services practice.

Crimmins’ prior experience includes leading multiple family office software implementations and providing client support for an asset management system.

C&A is currently engaged by a multi-billion dollar New York family office to provide onsite dedicated software support with an aim to boost efficiencies, monitor new software developments, and help ensure that the client is optimizing its technology infrastructure.
 
“Given C&A’s commitment to the technology and operational sides of financial and alternative investment firms, we’re able to provide expertise on a wide range of software platforms and technologies. The addition of Danielle and the launch of our family office services practice will better serve our clients and enable them to focus on their core investment and family support services while having both on-going technology support and a partner familiar with their unique needs,” said Noland Cheng, managing partner of C&A Consulting.
 
C&A Consulting provides clients with on-demand and direct access to experienced subject matter experts and line management. The firm’s core competencies cover compliance and operational risk, finance, operations, and technology.


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