Northern Trust appoints Conlon Chen
April 18, 2019
Northern Trust Bank Building, Chicago, IL (Photo thanks to Flickr user Zol87, available under by-sa v2.0)

Northern Trust has this week appointed Conlon Chen as Hong Kong-based Head of operations for its Global Fund Services business in Asia, responsible for middle-office outsourcing solutions and fund administration business across the region.

Chen, who has more than 25 years of experience in financial services reports to Caroline Higgins, Head of Global Funds Services, Asia at Northern Trust.

Said Higgins: "Northern Trust's business in Asia is growing rapidly and we are seeing an increased demand for tailored fund administration and middle-office outsourcing solutions.

"The extensive experience that Conlon brings to the team will enable us to continue providing exceptional support to our clients and meeting their unique requirements in the region."

Chen was previously Head of operations at Maples Fund Services, and has held various senior roles, responsible for managing fund administration and fund trustee services, at companies including Standard Chartered Bank, State Street Bank & Trust Company and RBC Investor & Treasury Services.





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Northern Trust has this week appointed Conlon Chen as Hong Kong-based Head of operations for its Global Fund Services business in Asia, responsible for middle-office outsourcing solutions and fund administration business across the region.

Chen, who has more than 25 years of experience in financial services reports to Caroline Higgins, Head of Global Funds Services, Asia at Northern Trust.

Said Higgins: "Northern Trust's business in Asia is growing rapidly and we are seeing an increased demand for tailored fund administration and middle-office outsourcing solutions.

"The extensive experience that Conlon brings to the team will enable us to continue providing exceptional support to our clients and meeting their unique requirements in the region."

Chen was previously Head of operations at Maples Fund Services, and has held various senior roles, responsible for managing fund administration and fund trustee services, at companies including Standard Chartered Bank, State Street Bank & Trust Company and RBC Investor & Treasury Services.



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