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BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-April 3, 2013--US hedge fund association opens 3 regional chapters(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com

3 April 2013 -- New York-based professional group The Hedge Fund Association said it has made three appointments that demonstrate its continuing expansion.

The HFA has appointed regional directors to head its newly established chapters in Australia, Texas and Utah. These are all territories in which the HFA has not previously been represented.

HFA said it is planning to hold member networking events in Australia and Texas later this year.

The Hedge Fund Association is an international not-for-profit organisation made up of hedge funds, funds of funds, family offices, high net worth individuals and service providers.

In the US the HFA has chapters in the Northeast, Southeast, Midwest and on the West Coast. Internationally, the HFA has expanded to include chapters in Europe, Asia, Australia, Latin America and the Cayman Islands.

HFA works on behalf of the entire hedge fund industry, including more than 9,500 hedge funds in the U.S. and abroad which collectively manage in excess of USD 2tn in assets, as well as sophisticated investors and industry service providers.

Find out more at www.theHFA.org.

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