Kinetic Partners Adds Insolvency Expert To Team

Aug 18 2009 | 12:32pm ET

Kinetic Partners, which specializes in providing support services to hedge funds, has hired Steven Staatz as a consultant in the firm’s Grand Cayman office.

Staatz formerly worked for Queensland’s largest specialist insolvency firm, Knights Insolvency Administration, and a boutique firm focusing solely on corporate insolvency.

He is a registered liquidator and chartered accountant with experience in corporate areas of insolvency including provisional/official liquidations, restructure appointments and corporate receivership and bankruptcy.

In his new role, Staatz will focus solely on utilizing his expertise in the area of corporate insolvency.

Kinetic Partners offers forensic investigations, litigation support, corporate recovery, regulatory and compliance advice to the global asset management industry.

Launched in 2005 as a viable alternative to the ‘Big Four’, Kinetic has grown rapidly, and now has approximately 100 professional staff in London, Dublin, Grand Cayman, New York and Geneva. Kinetic Partners services over 700 clients, and has attained its reputation as the leading provider of consultancy services to U.K. hedge funds.


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