Link announces two senior hires
April 9, 2018

Link Fund Solutions Ireland, part of Link Asset Services, has announced two new senior hires to support the continued expansion of its position in the Irish market. It says the appointments will strengthen its fund and management service expertise and outreach in the region. 

Keith Parker has been appointed Head of Business Development for the business, responsible for managing the growth of both its management company (ManCo) and administration offerings out of Ireland. Brian Farrell joins as Senior Manager, supporting client servicing as well as the growth of Link Fund Solutions' third-party management proposition. 

Farrell was previously Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary of investment manager Londinium DAC and a Vice President in the compliance and regulatory consulting practice of Duff & Phelps. Parker joins from Koger, a provider of fund-administration software solutions, where he was responsible for business development. 

Link Fund Solutions offers industry-leading services to traditional and alternative funds in the UK, Ireland and Jersey. The company calculates that it manages and administers in excess of £90bn of fund assets.

Link's Irish management company is authorized by the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) to act as a ManCo to Irish-domiciled UCITS, assisting fund boards with the regulatory and operational burdens associated with these funds.





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Link Fund Solutions Ireland, part of Link Asset Services, has announced two new senior hires to support the continued expansion of its position in the Irish market. It says the appointments will strengthen its fund and management service expertise and outreach in the region. 

Keith Parker has been appointed Head of Business Development for the business, responsible for managing the growth of both its management company (ManCo) and administration offerings out of Ireland. Brian Farrell joins as Senior Manager, supporting client servicing as well as the growth of Link Fund Solutions' third-party management proposition. 

Farrell was previously Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary of investment manager Londinium DAC and a Vice President in the compliance and regulatory consulting practice of Duff & Phelps. Parker joins from Koger, a provider of fund-administration software solutions, where he was responsible for business development. 

Link Fund Solutions offers industry-leading services to traditional and alternative funds in the UK, Ireland and Jersey. The company calculates that it manages and administers in excess of £90bn of fund assets.

Link's Irish management company is authorized by the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) to act as a ManCo to Irish-domiciled UCITS, assisting fund boards with the regulatory and operational burdens associated with these funds.



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