AUSTRALIA - Northern Trust has appointed Nadia Ivanova to the newly-created role of head of global fund services for Australasia and Vicki Martyn joins Northern Trust as a senior relationship manager.
Ivanova has worked at Northern Trust for 17 years in Europe and the United States. Prior to Australia, she was based in London and led the Northern Trust Global Fund Administration operation for EMEA and Asia-Pacific. In Australia, she will lead a team supporting investment operations outsourcing, fund administration, accounting and tax services for both local and global investment managers.
Vicki Martyn joins Northern Trust with more than 20 years of industry experience with fund manager QIC and National Australia Bank.
Recently, Northern Trust announced it had been hired by QIC, one of Australia's largest institutional fund managers, to provide investment operations outsourcing services. It is also the custodian to the Future Fund.
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