People Moves: Global Fund Exchange Hires Hedge Fund Specialist (West Palm Beach) – Alternative investment manager, Global Fund Exchange, has hired A. Michael D’Arpino as Director of Business Development, a new position at the firm. D’Arpino joins Global Fund Exchange from hedge fund manager Clinton Group, Inc.

"We are very excited to have Michael join our team," said Lauralouise Duffy, CEO, Global Fund Exchange Group. "He brings a wealth of hedge fund and Wall Street broker-dealer experience, outstanding leadership capabilities and the expert analytical, planning and communications skills that are so critically important to our investors."

Prior to joining Global Fund Exchange, D’Arpino was Managing Director, Clinton Group, Inc., where he held responsibility for all marketing functions including identifying and mitigating business and operational risks, compliance, business development and investor relations.

"I am pleased to join Global Fund Exchange, which is comprised of a unique group of industry veterans dedicated to providing a distinct approach to alternative and traditional energy opportunities globally through the Earth Wind & Fire Funds," said D’Arpino. "The firm’s strategy, using a multi-manager global macro approach to investing across the entire spectrum of energy and resources, represents a compelling opportunity for investors who seek access to the alternative energy and renewable resources sectors while offering the benefits of diversified and uncorrelated portfolios."

Editing by Alex Akesson


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