MaplesFS Taps Tyne To Lead North American Business Development

Nov 29 2017 | 6:55pm ET

Independent fund services provider Maples Fund Services has named former Augentius executive Brendan Tyne as the company’s head of business development in North America.

In his new role, Tyne will work closely with Tyler Kim, global head of Maples Fund Services, to drive the growth of the fund administration business across North America, including its offices in Boston, Montreal, New York, and San Francisco. He brings more than 20 years of experience in the asset management industry to his new role, according to a statement. 

Before joining Maples, Tyne was managing director of the North American business for Augentius, a global private equity and real estate fund administrator. Beforehand, he held various sales and relationship management positions, focusing on capital raising and managing institutional and high net worth client relationships for hedge fund and fund-of-funds managers. 

Maples Fund Services now counts more than $76 billion in assets under administration, the company noted in the statement, and continues to build its portfolio of hedge fund, private equity and institutional investor clients. The company is part of the Maples Group and offers a wide range of services, including accounting, middle office, risk reporting and administration services to onshore and offshore hedge funds, fund of funds, private equity and real estate funds, marketplace lending funds, family offices and managed account platforms. 

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