Kettera Strategies Taps Nicola Meaden Grenham For Strategic Advisory Role

Jun 15 2017 | 8:11pm ET

Alternative investment platform company Kettera has named industry veteran and Dumas Capital co-founder Nicola Meaden Grenham to the role of strategic advisor to the firm as it expands internationally.

Serving as strategic advisor to Kettera, Grenham will focus initially on Kettera's expansion to Europe, according to a statement. She brings more than 20 years’ experience in the alternative investment sector to her new role.

Grenham is co-founder of Dumas Capital, a Dublin-based specialist consultancy firm. In 1990, she founded TASS, the hedge fund industry’s first electronic global information and research company, and subsequently established the Blackstone Group’s international hedge fund business in London. From 2008 to 2012, she served as CEO of Alpha Strategic Plc. 

“We have the highest respect for Nicola and her many accomplishments in the alternatives sector,” said Terri Engelman Rhoads, Kettera’s president, in the statement. “We look forward to working with Nicola as strategic advisor to help expand our footprint internationally.”

Founded in 2015, Kettera’s flagship product is Hydra, a robust, independent, custody-based managed account marketplace providing institutional investors, family offices, wealth managers and high net worth investors with efficient access to global macro, FX, volatility and managed futures strategies through pooled vehicles as well as the ability to create bespoke, multi-manager portfolios.

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