Constellation Advisors Names Tedeschi As Senior Advisory Board Member

May 11 2017 | 9:36pm ET

Outsourced investment services Constellation Advisers has named financial industry veteran Edward Tedeschi as a senior advisory board member. 

Tedeschi brings nearly 40 years of experience in the financial services industry to Constellation, particularly in the strategic, financial, regulatory, operational and business advisory arenas, the company said in a statement. Over his career, he has worked with private equity firms, hedge funds, investment advisors, endowments, foundations, family offices, and prime brokers, as well as other financial institutions as an operator, adviser, consultant and member of executive management. 

Tedeschi’s previous positions include advisory partner for KPMG Alternative Asset Group, COO for Genesis Merchant Group, Founder and CEO of HC Associates and senior vice president at Morgan Stanley, among others.

"We are delighted that Ed has agreed to join our advisory board,” said Boris Onefater, Constellation's CEO, in the statement. “With Ed's contribution, support and guidance Constellation will continue on its path of excellence delivering superior service to our clients," 

Founded in 2008, New York-based Constellation Advisers provides customized outsourced CFO, finance/accounting, regulatory and compliance, operational support, and due diligence solutions to buy-side investment management firms, including traditional and alternative investment advisory firms and family offices. Constellation currently services more than 250 clients.

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