Maitland Adds Four To Global Business Development & Client Management Team

Dec 1 2015 | 6:28pm ET

Global advisory and administration firm Maitland has brought four executives aboard its global business development and client management team.

The new hires will be deployed in Europe, North America, and Latin America respectively, in order to spearhead growth in these regions. They come during a period of rapid global growth for the firm, which recently won a major contract with MMI Holdings (Momentum and Metropolitan), making it one of the largest fund administrators in the world in terms of AUA.

Details of the new hires are as follows: 

  • Luke Spencer-Wilson joins the London team as senior business development manager and will expand Maitland’s footprint in the European alternative investment fund space. Mr Spencer-Wilson has nearly two decades worth of experience in investment management and banking, and joins from HSBC’s London office where he was previously director of sales for asset managers and alternatives investment managers. He will report to Patric Foley-Brickley.
  • Pedro Hilton S. Olmo has been appointed client services manager to the Maitland team in Latin America, where he will work closely with Ben Pershick and Benjamin Reid. He is tasked with servicing and managing Maitland’s expanding book of Latin American clients, who use a global suite of Maitland services. Olmo is an attorney and joins Maitland from the Turim Family Office in Brazil.
  • Bill Henderson comes aboard in New York as senior business development manager, where he will focus on growing market share in the hedge and private equity fund administration markets in North America and the Caribbean. Henderson has two decades of financial services experience and joins from hedge fund administration firm Butterfield Fulcrum, where he was led global sales efforts. He will report to Scott Price.
  • Charles Romilly has joined Maitland in London, where he will serve as a business development advisor and expand private client and institutional services across Europe. He has more than 25 years’ of experience in financial services, specifically in alternative investments and derivatives, and has co-founded two UK regulated entities. He will report to Patric Foley-Brickley.

“These hires will significantly bolster Maitland’s business development efforts globally, and signal our ambitions in these three regions in particular,” noted Dave Kubilus, Maitland’s head of business development & client management, in a statement.

Founded in 1976 and headquartered in Luxembourg, Maitland has more than $280 billion in assets under administration and operates through a global network of 14 offices in 12 countries.


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