Melbourne
10 August 2017
Reporter: Jenna Lomax

OneVue hires new COO


Richard Linnegan has joined OneVue as COO of fund services.

Linnegan will lead the fund services operations team from the company’s Melbourne office.

He will focus on enhancing service delivery to existing clients and further expand OneVue’s fund administration business.

Linnegan joins OneVue from Goldman Sachs where he was executive director of asset management for more than 18 years.

In that time, Linnegan oversaw a variety of changes at the bank, including Goldman Sachs’s buy-out of Australian firm JBWere, as well as the recent management buyout of the Australian equity and fixed income business now known as Yarra Capital Management.

Before his time at Goldman Sachs, Linnegan spent 10 years in the London office of Fleming Asset Management where he was senior manager.

Richard Harris Smith, executive general manager of fund services at OneVue, said: “Richard Linnegan brings a wealth of operational and registry knowledge and a fantastic track record in supporting business growth while maintaining excellent service performance for existing clients. His global operational risk and controls experience adds further capability to an already strong team.”

Linnegan stated: “OneVue has a very exciting future in terms of growth and contributing to a culture of providing excellent service to its clients, it is something I am passionate about.”

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