ITG hires two for Asian hedge fund platform

Hedge maze2New York-based execution broker and research provider ITG has hired two employees to support its newly launched hedge fund platform for the Asia-Pacific region.

Phil Chevalier, who previously worked at Advent Software and Eze Software, will be based in Hong Kong. Gaye Anable, formerly of Bloomberg, will join ITG's Sydney office. Both have experience with order management systems.

"As we go live with our first hedge fund clients in Asia this quarter, these hires demonstrate our commitment to delivering and supporting products that improve workflow for Asian and Australian hedge funds in a cost-effective manner," says Michael Corcoran, joint chief executive of ITG in Asia Pacific.

ITG provides trading platforms that help fund managers execute trades, manage orders and model their portfolios. The firm's software can also help meet compliance and reporting obligations.

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