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    Australian Hedge Fund Billionaire Earl Reginald Stevenson Takes Helm as CIO at Australia's Alcoveritas

     
    July 8, 2014 - Sydney, Australia – Australian super hedge fund and financial conglomerate Alcoveritas has named its Senior Managing Partner, Earl Reginald Stevenson, as its new CIO.

    Stevenson joined Alcoveritas last month as its Senior Managing Partner and quickly rose to the position as CIO. Prior to joining Alcoveritas, Stevenson was a visionary Silicon Valley capital assets and software developer who developed cutting edge software and applications essential to emerging and stable capital markets, ventures, financials, gold bullion and precious and strategic metals assets.

    Alcoveritas is a privately held hedge fund conglomerate based in Australia with commercial interests in Europe, the Middle East, Canada and Australia. Since its inception Alcoveritas has established a successful presence in both the funds management and private equity markets and has won industry awards in both categories. It owns and manages significant businesses globally; it also measures its success through contributing to positive and lasting change in the wider community.

    Source: Australian Business Daily Sydney Contact: Blyth Forsheimm at Fox Media Inc fox.media.inc@gmail.com

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