Maples Financial Adds To Biz Development Team

Jun 16 2010 | 10:39am ET

Fund services provider Maples Finance has appointed two senior executives to its business development team.

Kim Waldman has been appointed as director of business development in the Americas.  She will be based in New York and will work from Maples Finance's newly established Park Avenue office. Waldman joins Maples Finance from BNP Paribas where she was responsible for launching and expanding their institutional fund administration business in North America.

Adam Jones joins as senior vice president of business development in Europe. He will be based in London. Jones was previously a director, global equity finance, EMEA for Scotia Capital in London. 

"As the investment funds industry continues to recover, we are seeing increased demand for our fund administration service model," said Scott Somerville, CEO of Maples Finance. "Our model is based on the highest level of client service coupled with a fully integrated, adaptable technology platform.”
 
Maples Finance has offices in a number of leading financial centres including Montreal, Dubai, Dublin, Luxembourg, Hong Kong, and the Cayman Islands. The firm provides a full range of fund administration services to onshore and offshore funds. 


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