Appointments update 14 May

- T Bailey Fund Services has appointed governance professional Anna Troup to its board of directors.

With more than 20 years' experience in the asset management sector, Troup is joining the Nottingham-based business as an independent non-executive director (NED). She previously headed up Legal & General Investment Management’s UK bespoke solutions. She also played an integral role at BlueBay AM, building the company’s emerging markets business and launching new funds and products for different global markets.

- State Street Corporation has appointed Mark Westwell as head of its UK trustee and depositary business, State Street Trustees Limited, subject to regulatory approval.

In this capacity, Westwell will be responsible for the continued growth and development of SSTL, in accordance with State Street Global Services’ UK strategy. He will be based in London and report to Akbar Sheriff, head of global services in the United Kingdom. Since joining State Street in 2007, Westwell has held leadership roles in several strategic relationship management positions across the region, served as a director of State Street Trustees Limited, State Street Infrahedge and State Street South Africa Limited.

- The Asset Management Exchange (AMX) has hired Jonathan Greenwold to its executive committee and Patrick Waters to its manager development team.

Greenwold joined AMX from Aspect Capital, where he served as general counsel for ten years. Prior to this, he was employed at Slaughter & May. At AMX, his responsibilities will be in legal, risk and compliance. Waters joins AMX’s manager development team in the US from State Street Global Advisors, where he spent over eight years as vice president and senior relationship manager. Prior to that, Waters was at Blackrock.

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