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RBS International expands Trustee and Depositary Services team with new Senior Director

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RBS International has appointed Neal King as its new Senior Director, to oversee new business from NatWest’s Trustee and Depositary Services Traditional Fund Management clients. 

Joining the team based in London, King will support the division’s ambitious growth commitments and help increase RBS International’s authority within the traditional and alternative fund market across jurisdictions.

King brings a wealth of experience with over 30 years in the industry, having held several prominent roles at HSBC. He was most recently Global Head of Corporate Trust and Loan Agency Product, implementing the firm’s strategy across 15 existing, and eight new markets and was a leading force for driving change and innovation.

King says: “It is a truly exciting time to be joining the NatWest Trustee and Depositary Services team. I am excited to be supporting and promoting the Bank’s ‘Depositary of the Future’ strategy as we enhance our services to provide the highest level of protection to funds and investors, expanding our market leading position. There are many opportunities and challenges on the horizon for the UK and European funds industry, and I look forward to navigating these to provide an ever-evolving service that meets changing customer requirements.”

Mark Crathern, Head of NatWest Trustee and Depositary Services at RBS International, says: “It is great to have someone of Neal’s calibre joining the team. His ability to establish positive change and strong client relationships will enable us to go further to positively transform our trustee and depositary services. It is increasingly important that we engage proactively with our existing and prospect clients to ensure they are aware of the evolving governance capabilities that we are developing.”
 

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