Fund administration business Heritage International Fund Managers (HIFM) has promoted associate directors Kevin Smith, Mariana Enevoldsen and James Christie to the board.
Smith joined HIFM in 2006 and has responsibility for the administration of a portfolio of funds including real estate, private equity and other alternative investments as well as the investment management offering of the firm.
He previously worked within the private client investment operations department of Barings (Guernsey) and then at Baring Asset Management, where he was responsible for the administration of private client relationships and the department operational risk coordinator.
Christie joined the company in 2011 and is responsible for the fund administration of a range of private equity, infrastructure, senior debt and energy funds.
He has held a range of board appointments for fund companies and has a strong focus on corporate governance. Previous roles include associate director at State Street (Guernsey).
Enevoldsen has been with HIFM since 2013, initially focusing on the development of the group’s regulated alternatives offering and depositary services. She is responsible for client solutions and involved in other aspects of new business including regulatory applications. She is also a former director of custody services at ABN Amro.
HIFM is part of the Heritage Group and has offices in Guernsey, Belfast and Malta. It provides a range of services covering third-party fund administration with a particular focus on alternative investment funds, private equity, property, emerging markets and infrastructure.
HIFM managing director Mark Huntley says: “Expanding our board is important as we diversify our business and geographical focus. These senior appointments … will be key to the continued progression of our business in the medium to long term.”
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