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AIS Fund Administration Hires CTO from Harvard Management Co.

Anthony Perugini joins AIS in a new position. The firm provides provides middle and back office support to hedge fund managers.

AIS Fund Administration has hired Anthony Perugini as chief technology officer in a new position for the Hackensack-New Jersey-based fund administrator.

Perugini who was formerly VP of operations and accounting technology at Harvard Management Company in Boston, brings more than 20 years of experience in financial services technology development and support, with a concentration in hedge funds, prime brokerage and hedge fund administration.

In a statement, Paul Chain, president of AIS Fund Administration, said, “Tony has expertise in the latest technologies and development methodologies as well as superior knowledge of their applications to the hedge fund industry. AIS is fortunate to have him join our team, and we expect managers and investors alike to benefit from his vast experience.”

Prior to his position at Harvard Management Company, Perugini served as CTO at Sandelman Partners.

With offices in Hackensack, London and the Cayman Islands, AIS provides an outsourced solution for the middle and back office to hedge funds, as well as fund administration. The AIS team has experts who specialize in operational and financial matters critical to the day-to-day fund operations including daily reconciliations of trades, positions and cash.

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