Maples Fund Services Adds To New York Team

Jan 30 2015 | 5:22am ET

Maples Fund Services has hired Greg Wildes as a senior vice president to focus on managing client relationships and expanding opportunities for continued growth of the fund services business in North America.

Wildes is based in New York and works closely with Jason Brandt, regional head of fund services - Americas, and Toni Pinkerton, global head of fund services, to continue to provide investment managers, institutional investors and family offices custom solutions for their fund administration, middle office and reporting needs.

“Greg brings a wealth of industry experience and is well-known to many in the U.S. market”, said Pinkerton. “This will be extremely valuable as we continue to expand our presence in the region, extend our client footprint and continue to enhance the outstanding service we provide to our existing client base.”

Wildes joins Maples Fund Services from a risk analytics provider where he was senior consultant for the business development team focused on alternative investment firms.  He has over 27 years experience working with hedge funds, private equity firms and traditional asset managers and has previously held similar roles at Bloomberg, Citco and other technology and alternative fund service providers.

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