13 December 2017
Reporter: Becky Butcher

Northern Trust appoints Edwin Chan

Edwin Chan has joined Northern Trust to head up sales across the alternatives fund sector in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

Chan will focus on the growth of specialist alternative asset servicing offerings across private equity, real estate, infrastructure, renewable energy and debt funds.

He will report to John Grundy, institutional sales manager for the firm’s corporate and institutional services business in EMEA.

Previously, he served as senior director of business development at SS&C GlobalOp.

Clive Bellows, head of global fund services for EMEA at Northern Trust, said: “We are delighted to announce Chan’s appointment as we continue to expand our capabilities and our leadership in our alternatives business, which supports over $1 trillion in assets on behalf of global asset managers and asset owners.”

“His experience and expertise is impressive; and combined with Northern Trust’s forward looking strategy and cutting edge capabilities, will enable us to provide innovative solutions for our sophisticated client base.”

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