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Intertrust hires former BNP Paribas executive as COO

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Intertrust, a provider of trust, corporate and fund services, has appointed Theo Splinter, former BNP Paribas executive, as Chief Operating Officer (COO) and member of the firm’s Executive Committee, effective 1 June 2018.

Splinter (pictured), will have global responsibility for operations, IT, change management and procurement within Intertrust.
 
Splinter has over 20 years of experience and joins Intertrust from BNP Paribas, where he was COO of Security Services in Luxembourg and its European centres of excellence. Prior to joining BNP Paribas in 2015, he worked five years at Credit Suisse, latterly as Managing Director Credit Suisse Prime Services and COO of Hedge Fund Services. Splinter started his career at Citco Fund Services, where he held several executive roles. He will be based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and
has previously worked in Australia, India, Ireland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Singapore. 
 
Stephanie Miller, CEO of Intertrust, says: “Further aligning our operations is of great importance, given the changing landscape in the corporate and fund services industry and the potential opportunities that technology brings to enhance service delivery to our clients. Theo’s focus on operational excellence, his solid track record, and his knowledge of our industry will support us in delivering on our promise that clients come first. Therefore, I am delighted that Theo is taking up the role as COO.”

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