Hedge Fund Association

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Hedge Fund Association
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The Hedge Fund Association (HFA) is an international not-for-profit industry trade and nonpartisan lobbying organization that has the stated aim of advancing transparency, development and trust in alternative investments.[1]

History

Products and Services

Membership

Membership in HFA includes hedge fund firms, global financial institutions with hedge fund offerings including private banks, asset management firms and broker dealers, investors including 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.[2]


Key People


Board of Directors 2011-2012

Representing hedge fund managers:


Representing hedge fund investors:


Representing hedge fund service providers:


Thought Leader Council Chair


Regional Directors Northeast Chapter Director


Southeast Chapter Director


Midwest Chapter Director


Denver Chapter Director


West Coast Chapter Director


Southern California Chapter Director


Latin American Chapter Director


New York-LatAm Chapter Director


Brazilian Chapter Co-Directors


Chilean Chapter Director


Colombian Chapter Director


Argentinean and Uruguay Chapter Co-Directors


Peruvian Chapter Director


Panama Chapter Director


Cayman Islands Chapter Director


Southern EU Chapter Director


Advisory Board Chairs

Regulatory & Government Advisory Board

Media Advisory Board

Business Development Advisory Board

NE Region Advisory Board


References

  1. Hedge Fund Association Elects President & VP. hedgefund.net.
  2. Who We Are. Hedge Fund Association.