Epitome Offers Rehab To Troubled Hedge Funds

Dec 12 2008 | 12:19pm ET

Epitome Global Services is offering up a hedge fund rehabilitation platform to advise and assist troubled funds.

Epitome says hedge funds and funds of hedge funds affected by troubled financial markets, investor redemptions, staff reductions and related issues can use it to help with operational infrastructure, identification and evaluation of systems and service providers, and ongoing operational support, Hedgeweek reports. 

In addition, Epitome is advising existing and start-up hedge funds on operational frameworks to establish appropriately controlled middle and back offices.

“Today's economic climate means that hedge fund investors are demanding a higher level of transparency, best practices in risk management, and superior operational systems,” said Raju Panjwani, CEO of Epitome.


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