We are happy to present our newly appointed Head of New Business: Keith Dingwall, a veteran of the fund industry. In his new role, Keith will lead an international team of sales managers to acquire new business and identify growth opportunities within their existing portfolios. He will report directly to Renaud Oury, our Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, who is very enthusiastic about Keith’s joining:
“With over 20-year experience in the fund industry Keith strengthens our sales team considerably. His insightful market knowledge and recognition within the industry makes him a great asset to KNEIP. I am very much looking forward to the contribution he will make to the team. With such an addition at the very beginning of a new year we are geared up to accelerate our fast growing results.”
Keith will be an important asset for us as he has great experience in the industry. Before joining KNEIP, he worked for 13 years at State Street Bank and International Financial Data Services in Luxembourg. He held various senior management positions in the Transfer Agency business, including operations, client relationship management and business development. Prior to that, Keith worked for a decade in JP Morgan Asset Management`s operations in the UK and Luxembourg. The enthusiasm is mutual. Keith is very much looking forward to the challenges:
“During my time in Luxembourg I have been continually impressed at how quickly KNEIP has adapted its product and service offering to meet market needs. As a result, the company has grown consistently over the years. With the increasingly demanding market and regulatory conditions, I am very much looking forward to further developing the business in our key markets as the go-to regulatory reporting and investor disclosure solutions provider for the industry.”
Don’t hesitate to contact Keith directly: keith.dingwall@kneip.com. He will be happy to have a chat. Otherwise, he will take the initiative!  
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  • By Lee Godfrey

  • January 14,2015

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