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bfinance appoints Porter-Lynch as a director

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bfinance, the independently owned investment consultancy, has appointed Emily Porter-Lynch as a director, investment advisory. 

Prior to joining bfinance, Porter-Lynch was a senior investment manager at Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS), where she developed the hedge fund capabilities of the UK’s second largest pension scheme and helped oversee a multi-billion dollar allocation to hedge fund strategies. 
 
At USS Porter-Lynch was also a member of the alternative investment committee. 
 
Prior to joining USS, Porter-Lynch was an investment director at Key Asset Management, where she worked closely with Dr Chris Jones and Dr Toby Goodworth, now respectively head of public markets & alternatives and head of risk management at bfinance.
 
She has 13 years’ experience in hedge funds and has served on numerous industry panels and committees as a thought leader on institutional investing in alternatives.
 
Jones says: "I am absolutely delighted to be working with Emily again. Since we were last colleagues, she has gained a wealth of experience in a senior role at one of the UK’s largest pension schemes and we look forward in capitalising on this experience to benefit bfinance’s clients."

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