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AIMA Hires Sarah Riley As New US Director

AIMA has appointed Sarah Riley as its new US Director. Riley joins AIMA from the Texas Alternative Investments Association (TAIA) where she served most recently as President and Chief Executive Officer. She has nearly a decade of experience in both non-profit and financial services industries and has been a strategic advisor to non-profit organizations in both the UK and US. Sarah is based in Austin, TX.

Sarah will continue to serve TAIA as a member of its Board of Directors and will bring AIMA’s educational programming and thought leadership to the Texas alternative investment community.

Jack Inglis, CEO of AIMA, said: “Sarah’s appointment and AIMA’s collaboration with TAIA marks an important milestone for the continued growth of AIMA. We have the utmost respect for the important work of regional associations and look forward to further collaboration for the benefit of all market participants.”

As Chair of the TAIA Board of Directors, Thomas Trujillo, Audit Partner with KPMG, said: “I am delighted that Sarah will continue serving TAIA as a member of the Board of Directors. She will continue her leadership of local programs and key priorities for our Texas members. We look forward to working with AIMA globally to highlight Texas’ important role as a center of investment excellence and innovation.”

Riley said: “TAIA and AIMA have exhibited considerable growth in recent years, and I look forward to building a bridge between AIMA and the Texas investment community. I am excited about the collaboration between these organizations and my next chapter as part of the AIMA team and a Board member of TAIA.


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