Friday, 22 August 2014
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Stephanie Miller, a former Citco managing director, has joined J.P. Morgan Worldwide Securities Services today as global head of alternative investment services.
In her new role, Miller will oversee strategy and direction for WSS’ private equity and real estate services and hedge fund services. She will report to Nick Rudenstine, global head of investor services for WSS.
At Citco Fund Services, Miller was responsible for all operations and clients for the New York, New Jersey and North Carolina offices. In this role, she helped develop a new business line for traditional fund administrators and expanded it internationally to London and Dublin. Prior to Citco, Miller held senior positions at Credit Suisse First Boston, Capital Markets Company and CDC North America.
“We are pleased to announce that Stephanie has joined WSS as global head of alternatives,” said Rudenstine. “Stephanie brings a wealth of experience in the alternatives space and under her leadership we will continue to invest in the excellence of our alternatives business, while at the same time delivering the highest quality service to our clients.”
J.P. Morgan Worldwide Securities Services serves institutional investors, alternative asset managers, broker dealers and equity issuers. It has $16.9 trillion in assets under custody and $7 trillion in funds under administration.
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