BoNY Names Head Of Alternative Investment Services

Mar 26 2008 | 8:41am ET

The Bank of New York Mellon has named Alan Flanagan as managing director of its Alternative Investment Services business.

In his new role, Flanagan will be based in Dublin and is tasked with leading the firm’s private equity administration in Europe. He will report to Rick Stanley, executive vice president of AIS.

Flanagan was previously with UBS Fund Services where he was the led the firm’s hedge funds business development unit for the Americas.


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