SMSF services provider OneVue has appointed two senior executives, one to the role of head of investment accounting and responsible entity services, and one to the role of relationship manager.
Mark Bennet, who has more than 30 years' experience in investment accounting and has worked in a number of executive director-level business roles, has been appointed head of investment accounting and responsible entity services.
Mr Bennet was most recently part of the senior leadership team at Fundhost and was head of platform solutions at Credit Suisse prior to that.
Jamie Spark, who has been appointed relationship manager, has worked in senior management positions with financial institutions such as RBC, ANZ and Citi as well as with several boutique administration and investment management specialists.
OneVue chief executive Connie Mckeage said the firm is continuing to make significant investments in structuring its operations to best manage clients' needs, expectations and their growth.
“We are pleased to welcome these high calibre executives to the team, creating further depth and breadth within the company in response to a fast growing fund services and responsible entity client base,” said Ms McKeage.
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