BNY Mellon Taps New Client Service Head For EMEA AIS

May 28 2013 | 8:43am ET

BNY Mellon has named State Street alumnus Jeff Pamplin as head of client service management for its EMEA Alternative Investment Services business.

Pamplin led the integration of State Street's Goldman Sachs administration services acquisition. Prior to State Street, he worked for 10 years with Goldman Sachs Bank Europe, where he was the EMEA manager responsible for fund accounting and investor services.

In his new role with BNY Mellon, Pamplin will lead the company’s team of specialists serving hedge fund administration clients throughout the EMEA region. He is based in Dublin and reports to Carol Andrews, head of AIS EMEA service delivery.

“In addition to his hands-on investment services experience, Jeff brings a very strong client focus in building relationships with key financial institutions,” said Andrews. “As the hedge fund industry moves through a period of rising regulatory and investor demands, we’re deepening our ties with clients and expanding our management team here in Ireland to support business growth.”

BNY Mellon employs 1,800 people in Cork, Wexford and Dublin, Ireland.


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