FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE         January 24, 2014

 

Hollywood, FL – David Andrew Fisher, a Harvard-educated chairman of one of Central Europe’s leading private equity firms, has joined the TCA Fund Management Group’s Board of Advisors. Fisher brings more than 30 years business, finance, and law experience and will aid the fund’s management team with growth initiatives.

Fisher currently chairs the investment committee of the private equity firm Innova Capital and also leads EnerCap Partners Ltd, a renewable energy manager. He heads the Da Vinci CIS Private Sector Growth Fund and is director of the Argo Real Estate Opportunities Fund and Argo Group Ltd., an emerging-market fund manager listed on the AIM of the London Stock Exchange.

“We are fortunate to have David as an advocate for our Global Credit Master Fund,” said Bob Press, founding partner of the TCA Fund Management Group. “He has had considerable impact managing private equity investments in Europe and is well connected in areas that are critical to our long-term success.”

The advisory board Fisher joins features professionals with decades of experience and success across a wide array of finance disciplines. Their role is to advise senior management on issues that can affect the expansion of the business in countries where it is most active.

TCA’s Global Credit Master Fund is a short duration, absolute return fund specializing in senior secured lending and advisory services to small, mainly listed companies, predominately in the U.S., Canada, Western Europe and Australia. This specialist business fills the underserved small-cap lending gap which exists in these markets, leading to a unique opportunity for investors seeking absolute, uncorrelated returns from the small cap debt universe.

For more information, visit www.tcaglobalfund.com and follow them on Twitter (@TCAGlobalFund).

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