Amsterdam, the Netherlands – 1 April 2019 – Intertrust N.V. (“Intertrust” or “Company”) [Euronext: INTER], a leading global provider of expert administrative services to clients operating and investing in the international business environment, today announces that Ian Lynch, a former senior leader at Credit Suisse and BNP Paribas, will join the company as Chief Commercial Officer and member of the Executive Committee, starting 1 July 2019. Ian will be responsible for Intertrust’s commercial strategy and driving business growth, including marketing, sales and service innovation. He will be based in Dublin, Ireland.
Stephanie Miller, CEO of Intertrust: “I’m very pleased to welcome Ian to Intertrust to take ownership of our client-centric commercial strategy to enable global businesses to grow sustainably. With a dynamic industry professional like Ian, who has a track record of over 20 years in the alternative investment space, we strengthen our position in the alternative funds industry. Ian is recognised as a very successful commercial leader and his deep expertise in the sector enables us to capture growth opportunities while further enhancing our client service.”
Ian Lynch added: “I’m thrilled to be joining the leading firm in this global industry. The transformation that Intertrust is making is truly remarkable, with technology being at the heart of innovative client servicing. Intertrust’s strong commercial capabilities, combined with its forward-thinking growth strategy, are truly exciting and I look forward to building on this in the years ahead.”
At BNP Paribas Security Services, Ian was the Global Head of Alternative Investors and member of the company’s executive team. Since joining the company in June 2015, he has successfully integrated the Credit Suisse Prime Fund Services business into BNP and created a scalable Alternatives franchise, delivering a multi-asset platform to support clients’ changing needs. Prior to that, Ian was Global Head of Prime Fund Services at Credit Suisse for eight years, where he also simultaneously managed its Irish business. Ian has held several other executive positions with Citco and Citigroup. Ian succeeds Henk Pieter van Asselt, who announced in January 2019 that he would step down as per the Annual General Meeting on 16 May 2019.