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tru Independence welcomes first fund of hedge funds to platform


Fort Rock Asset Management, LLC has become the first fund of hedge funds to join the tru Independence community. 

The SEC-registered investment advisor will utilise tru Independence's cloud-based technology platform to create service and operational efficiencies which will assist the firm in accelerating its growth.

"Our expertise, scale and relationships enable us to support the long-term maturity and expansion of both wealth management and investment advisory businesses in all stages of development," says Craig Stuvland (pictured), president and chief executive officer of tru Independence. "We look forward to working with Fort Rock to assist in accelerating growth and meeting its business objectives."

Portland-based Fort Rock was established in 1991 and provides innovative alternative investment solutions that seek to preserve capital and manage risk over full market cycles. The firm offers access to hedge fund strategies that focus on equity long/short managers and liquid strategies tracking managed futures and currency managers.

"tru Independence, as a robust, cost-effective technology platform, enables us to access data from any location through an efficient process, allowing for greater mobility, which is so important in today's fast paced, global marketplace," says Jonathan Gane, CEO of Fort Rock Asset Management. "Our firm is entering an exciting period of growth, and partnering with tru Independence allows us to streamline our operations to help facilitate that."​

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