TKS Solutions names John Kelly VP, client services

Source: TKS Solutions

TKS Solutions, provider of partnership and shareholder accounting solutions for the financial industry, today announced the appointment of John E. Kelly as vice president of Client Services.

John is responsible for developing the company's client infrastructure and assembling a service and support team for TKS Solutions' growing customer base of hedge funds, fund of funds, private equity firms and management companies.

As TKS Solutions continues expanding its flagship unified partnership and shareholder accounting solution, Penny, John will help customers extend their market value and better manage their funds by addressing key issues associated with shareholder, partnership and tax accounting. He brings over a decade of software industry experience to TKS Solutions, including six years in the hedge fund industry. Previously, John worked for SS&C Technologies as support and project manager for AdvisorWare and also at Eagle Investment Systems, where he worked on STAR, a Web-based multi-currency global investment accounting system.

"TKS Solutions brings together partnership and shareholder accounting into one centralized, automated system that generates reports in minutes," said John E. Kelly. "With demand increasing rapidly, our overarching objectives are to scale client programs, product offerings and business operations to keep pace with our growing client base. By constantly implementing, evaluating and testing Penny, we can offer our clients many ways to maximize the benefits of their accounting and reporting workflows."

"Our customer pipeline continues to grow as the financial industry realizes how expanded accounting capabilities allow firms to gain greater control and improve investor relations," said Ron Kashden, president of TKS Solutions. "John is a highly experienced professional who will help us evolve and enhance our client relations and services to ensure they are achieving optimal results."

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