NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Hedge Fund Association (“HFA”), a leading international nonprofit trade and nonpartisan lobbying organization, is pleased to announce the board of directors’ appointment of 2 new leaders: Josh Stone, Legal & Compliance Advisor, and Mark Shaw, UK Regional Co-Director. To view HFA’s global presence and biographies of all HFA leaders please click here.
“I am delighted to augment HFA’s global team with leaders who help drive our mission, including in the UK, a robust calendar of educational and networking events, and a new legal/compliance advisor to guide us in this key area,” said Mitch Ackles, HFA President.
Nominations are now being accepted for HFA’s annual global board of directors election. Once the candidates are finalized voting by HFA members will commence in March of 2020. All HFA Directors are volunteers, elected by HFA’s members and serving for 3-year terms. This year's election will fill 7 Board positions. Interested in participating? HFA’s Nomination form outlines the qualifications and expectations for this role.
About The Hedge Fund Association
The Hedge Fund Association (HFA) is an international non-profit industry trade and nonpartisan lobbying organization devoted to advancing transparency, development and trust in alternative investments. Membership in HFA includes hedge fund firms, financial institutions, funds of hedge funds, family offices, public and private pension funds, endowments and foundations, high net worth individuals, allocators, and service providers including prime brokers, administrators, custodians, auditors, lawyers, risk managers, technologists and third party marketers. HFA leaders are volunteers and work on behalf of the entire hedge fund industry, including more than 10,000 hedge funds in the U.S. and abroad which collectively manage in excess of $3 trillion in assets, as well as sophisticated investors and industry service providers. Learn more: https://www.hedgefundassoc.org/. Join or renew here.