New York
06 April 2017
Reporter: Stephanie Palmer

Latini joins MUFG Investor Services


MUFG Investor Services has appointed Joe Latini as executive director for relationship management.

Based in New York, Latini will be responsible for relationships with across the alternative asset servicing platform, and will work with the existing relationship management team to develop client strategy.

He joins from ENSO Financial Analytics, where he was director of sales for the US. Before this, he spent 16 years at Morgan Stanley in roles such as client service manager and relationship management.

In his new role, Latini will report to Mac Kirschner, global head of client relationship management.

Kirschner said: “Joe Latini’s experience and background speak to how we differentiate our talent in the asset servicing space. [His] ability to develop operational and technological solutions for investment managers will continue to drive deeper partnerships with clients.”

Latini added: “MUFG Investor Services’s commitment to strategically grow the business, while consistently providing the highest quality client service and experience is what excites me most. I look forward to working with premier clientele and continuing to enhance our best-in-class product.”

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