A COO Joins a 32-Year-Old Fund Fam
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A COO Joins a 32-Year-Old Fund Fam

The team at Coblesklill, New York-based Fenimore Asset Management, the investment advisor to FAM Funds, has made some personnel changes with the appointment of Chris Dennison as chief operating officer and the hiring of Antonio Hebert as an investment research associate.

Christopher Francis Dennison
Fenimore Asset Management
Chief Operating Officer
Prior to joining FAM, Dennison was a partner at Barrington Partners. Hubbard Garber, a managing director at Barrington Partners, declined to comment.

Dennison, as COO, will lead Fenimore's middle-office teams.

Debra Pollard, president of FAM, states that Dennison's "industry experience and service commitment will help Fenimore accomplish our goals of superior operational efficiency and world-class service for our investors."

Antonio Hebert
Fenimore Asset Management
Investment Research Associate
Hebert, another new addition to FAM, conducts company research in his new role as an investment research associate. Prior to working at FAM, Hebert interned at RBC as a credit analyst.

John Fox, chief investment officer of FAM, lauds Hebert on "his commitment to [Fennimore's] investment process, intelligence, and character."

Frank Privitera, director of marketing at FAM, did not return a call for additional comment.

Dennison previously worked at Fidelity, Banc of America Securities, New England Securities Corporation, and TD Waterhouse Bank NA. He is also a graduate of Clarkson University where he earned his BS in economics and psychology.

Hebert is a recent graduate of Fordham Gabelli School of Business where he earned his BS in finance with a secondary concentration in value investing.

Fenimore, founded in 1974 and in the mutual fund business since 1987, now has more than $3 billion in AUM and offers three mutual funds.

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