21 Jul 2022
New Head of Sales & Client Management
NatWest Trustee and Depositary Services has appointed Stephen Doyle as its new Head of Sales & Client Management for Traditional Funds.
NatWest Trustee and Depositary Services has appointed Stephen Doyle as its new Head of Sales & Client Management for Traditional Funds. Stephen will be based in London, taking over the role from Peter Christmas as he retires from the business.
Stephen will be responsible for supporting existing clients with their growth strategies, as well as securing new relationships across the traditional funds sector for NatWest Trustee and Depositary Services.
Stephen brings 28 years’ experience in supporting the asset servicing needs of investment managers across Europe, having worked in Luxembourg, Ireland, and London. With extensive knowledge of the asset management and traditional funds sector, he will bring valuable insights into both markets.
Speaking of his appointment, Stephen said: “I’m delighted to be joining the NatWest Trustee and Depositary Services team and delivering quality outcomes to clients through a purpose driven agenda. The vison we have is to fundamentally enhance fund governance and I believe that with the excellent client relationships we have, paired with my broad connections, we can truly accelerate our vision for the best interests of our clients.”
Mark Crathern, Head of NatWest Trustee and Depositary Services, added: “I am delighted to welcome Stephen and the vast experience he brings across the Funds Services industry. The prominence of governance requirements from Regulators and market participants continues to rise and our independent and transparent proposition provides Stephen with a fantastic platform to propel our business forward."
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