Laven Partners Hires Ernst & Young’s Mirsky

Sep 18 2009 | 11:00am ET

Laven Partners is planning a new alternative investments platform, and has added an Ernst & Young and Deloitte veteran to craft it.

Robert Mirsky has joined the London-based consultant as a managing director. In his new role, he will oversee development of the new platform, which is targeted to family offices, institutional investors and wealth managers, HedgeWeek reports. He is also charged with expanding Laven’s investor services, among them operational due diligence and risk and performance monitoring.

“Robert has over 10 years experience in advising investors and financial service companies, and a wealth of technical expertise that will help us meet the growing demand for our services,” Laven CEO Jérôme de Lavenère Lussan, said. “The financial industry is evolving fast, as are regulatory and investor requirements, and we continue to provide innovative solutions for our clients.”

Mirsky most recently served as co-head of the European hedge funds practice at E&Y in London. He formerly led Deloitte’s British hedge fund practice.


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