AlphaMetrix Hires General Counsel

Dec 6 2007 | 10:09am ET

AlphaMetrix has added a former attorney for the Chicago Board of Trade Clearing Corp. as its new general counsel.

The Chicago-based alternative investment research and management firm named Heidi Rauh to the post. She joins from UBS, where she was an executive director and senior counsel in the exchange-traded derivatives department.

She has also worked at law firms Katten Munchin Rosenbaum and Sidley & Austin, in addition to her five-year stint as associate general counsel and assistant secretary at the Clearing Corp.

“Heidi possesses formidable expertise in alternative investments,” AlphaMetrix founder Aleks Kins said. “The combination of her qualifications and experience will provide significant contributions to our firm, in particular with the development of innovative legal structures and handling of corporate, regulatory and transactional matters.”


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