Triple-A Hires Fortis Vet For Asia-Pacific Marketing

Sep 16 2008 | 8:50am ET

Hedge fund seeder Triple-A Partners has added a marketer to its Hong Kong office as it aims to triple the size of its seeding fund.

Joanne Murphy has been named Asia-Pacific marketing director at the firm, with responsibility for marketing and distributing in the area, as well as fundraising. Triple-A hopes to raise another $200 million for its seeding fund, which currently has $101 million. The firm is also expected to increase its stable of Asian hedge funds—it has seeded three—with the announcement of a fourth shortly, Asian Investor reports.

Murphy worked with Triple-A founder at Bank of Bermuda and HSBC. After those stints, she spent time at Deutsche Asset Management and Fortis’ hedge fund administration business.


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