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Multrees Investor Services, which provides custody, investment administration and technology, has named Glenn Murphy as chief operating officer. Joining from Stonehage Fleming, the multi-family office, where he was the COO, Murphy will replace Jaco Cebula, a spokesperson later confirmed to this publication.
He will report to Multrees’ chief executive, Chris Fisher.
Murphy has more than 25 years commercial experience. Before his tenure at Stonehage Fleming, he led operational functions for Schroders, Cazenove Capital, London & Capital and Rathbones. Murphy was also previously a non-executive director for a fund management company. He has extensive experience of working across investment operations, digitalisation, corporate and risk governance, and is an active member of the CISI and CFA UK.
In June, Multrees named Elaine Clements to the board of directors.
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