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Aztec bolster leadership team

Aztec bolster leadership team

Wednesday 15 May 2019

Aztec bolster leadership team

Wednesday 15 May 2019

Fund and Corporate Services firm Aztec Group have made two senior promotions.

Mark Wanless has been appointed Chief Operating Officer, while Paul Conroy has been appointed Group Head of Real Assets and Private Debt.

Mr Wanless has been with the group for over ten years, and has played "an instrumental role in our growth" in that time, described as establishing and subsequently leading the firm's real assets and private debt offerings. 

Mr Conroy has assumed his former position as Group Head of Real Assets and Private Debt.  Leading a multi-jurisdictional team of over 160 real assets and private debt administration professionals, he will oversee client relationship management, service delivery and business development across real estate, infrastructure, asset leasing and private debt.

Edward Moore, Chief Executive Officer, said:

“Mark represents an excellent fit for the COO role because of the unique skill set he brings to the table. Not only has he played an integral role in the establishment and operation of our control framework since joining the business, but his extensive client-facing experience means he can be relied upon to deliver an operating platform that complements our service model.

“Paul has worked alongside Mark for some time and possesses outstanding knowledge of our business, values and client base. He has consistently demonstrated his leadership abilities over his time with the Group and I have no doubt that our multi-jurisdictional real assets and private debt teams will continue to flourish under his management. Congratulations to both Mark and Paul on their well-deserved promotions.”

Pictured top: Mark Wanless and Paul Conroy.

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