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Tykoczinski Joins Kinetic Partners, Bolstering Risk and Valuation Services

Isabelle Tykoczinski has been appointed a member at Kinetic Partners, and will be joining the London risk team to strengthen and develop Kinetic Partners’ current risk offering. This new appointment will further enhance Kinetic’s capabilities across the risk spectrum, backed up by proven execution capabilities, including its Risk and Valuation Services (RVS) platform and analytics.

Isabelle has extensive experience in risk management. She joins Kinetic Partners from Measurisk, where she was head of Europe for the risk transparency and risk measurement service, specialising in hedge funds.

Isabelle began her career working in commodity and equity derivatives, where she specialised in structured products and worked closely with investors across Europe, including UCITs funds. She has worked for leading firms in derivatives, such as Indosuez, JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley. Since early 2000, Isabelle has worked on varied projects across the investment community, focusing on investment consolidation and risk management. Prior to joining Measurisk, she worked at Reech Capital in the Client Services Group, focusing on the pricing of complex derivatives structures and portfolio risk management analysis, and at ABN AMRO, within the Structured Risk Interface division.

Isabelle commented: “I am delighted to be joining Kinetic Partners’ well-established and highly respected risk team at a time when the risk management practices of many funds are under the spotlight. Establishing strong risk management processes is a must for any investment manager and our leading RVS platform can deliver risk services for funds in one seamless process, helping managers implement effective and robust risk management systems. I look forward to building on the strong foundation of RVS in order to provide the best possible service to our clients.”

Julian Korek, founding member of Kinetic Partners, commented: “We are very excited to welcome Isabelle to the team and look forward to continuing to grow and strengthen our Risk and Valuation Services offering. Investors and regulators are demanding not only the appropriate technology tools but also the expertise to implement them, and our highly skilled team demonstrates our commitment to meet the needs of our clients in this area.”

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