New Appointments at George G. Hicks’ Värde Partners, Inc.

February 15, 2018 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

Värde Partners, Inc., is a $13 billion global alternative investment firm which George G. Hicks co-founded in 1993.   As well as being a co-founder of the firm, Hicks also today holds the roles of: CEO co-CIO and Partner.

In recent news, the company at which George G. Hicks is at the helm, announced a new partnership between Värde Partners, Inc. and SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc., the latter of which is an international provider of fiscal services software as well as software enabled services.  SS&C Technologies is now offering services to its new client – Värde Partners – in the areas of operational administration, fund administration and other such technology applications for their new client’s various strategies and funds.

George G. Hicks brings a wide variety of expertise and experience to his current roles at the firm.  This gives him the ability to focus on Värde Partners’ capital equipment investment strategies, corporate securities and small balance loans.  He brings to the firm a background in the legal industry, most notably when he worked toward the facilitation of various restructuring matters.  Hicks also worked at Cargill Financial Services Corporation in the role of Senior Vice President and Manager, whereby he supervised international merchant banking matters. Vis-à-vis his official legal career, Hicks held the role of Senior Attorney and counsel at Cargill, in their legal department.

Värde Partners’ COO and MD, Brendan Albee, explained the company’s decision in selecting SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc.:

“Värde is committed to leveraging technology to digitize processes, support controls, and empower our organization with data. We are also keenly focused on partnering with service providers who can complement our efforts to meet the needs of our investors. We selected SS&C GlobeOp as our partner because of their unique combination of customized services and integrated technology solutions.”

 

George G. Hicks, Värde Partners,

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