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Frontier Expands its Investment Team

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Frontier Investment Management (“Frontier”), the multi-asset and alternative investment specialist, has appointed Simon Liang as an analyst on its investment team.

Simon joins from Bfinance UK, the investment consultant, where he provided analysis on fund managers and their investment strategies across all asset classes for institutional investors.

In his new role at Frontier, Simon will work with Alex Gaitan, the portfolio manager on Frontier’s two fund of funds: FrontEdge Global hedge Fund and FrontEdge Managed Futures Fund. His focus will be on the qualitative research of both existing and potential managers.

Michael Azlen, founder and chief executive at Frontier, comments: Simon’s experience and knowledge will be a great addition to our investment team, and for the further development of our innovative alternative investments.”

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