Tradar Taps Industry Vet As Managing Director For Asia

Nov 2 2009 | 8:36pm ET

Tradar, a provider of portfolio management and accounting software to the alternative investment management industry, has tapped Arti Hatzirodos as managing director of its Asian business. Hatzirodos will be based at Tradar’s Hong Kong offices.

Before joining Tradar, Hatzirodos was the chief financial officer of an event-driven hedge fund based in London, Singapore and Sydney. Hatzirodos has extensive experience of hedge funds’ operational requirements, having managed a London-based start-up fund and acted as its chief operating officer. In addition, she has held posts as an operations manager and a fund accountant. Prior to entering the alternative investment management industry, Hatzirodos, a qualified chartered accountant, worked for accountancy practices in Australia and the United Kingdom.

“We are delighted by Arti’s decision to join Tradar,” said Edwin Robertson, chairman of the software firm. “Arti has worked with hedge funds in London, Australia and Singapore and so has an unrivalled understanding of funds’ business and operational requirements. Her experience in the Asia Pacific region also gives her a particularly valuable insight into the challenges faced by our Asian customers.”

Tradar has over 180 clients worldwide ranging from small investment managers with US$10 million in assets under management to large funds with  US$10 billion in assets under management. Founded in 1996, Tradar offers a multi-asset class platform based on Microsoft SQL Server and .Net that can be applied to virtually any trading strategy. Tradar has offices in London, New York, San Francisco and Hong Kong.


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