IRELAND - Mellon Global Securities Services has named Kevin O'Neill as business development manager, responsible for Mellon's offshore administration, as well as trust and custody services.
In addition, Stuart Kent has been appointed client relationship manager, responsible for understanding and meeting the needs of clients of Mellon’s offshore services.
O’Neill previously worked in a variety of business development and client servicing roles at Bank of Ireland Asset Management, both in Ireland and the US.
Kent joins from JPMorgan in Luxembourg, where he spent five years as a service delivery manager, responsible for the delivery of fund accounting, transfer agency and custody services to a third party client.
Mellon employs approximately 50 people in Dublin.
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