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Sean Foley announced as Chief Financial Officer/Chief Administrative Officer at Butterfield Fulcrum

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Glenn Henderson
Opalesque Industry Update – Butterfield Fulcrum, which was acquired this year by Glenn Henderson and Tim Claveley in partnership with BV Investment Partners, announced Sean Foley as CFO/CAO. Prior to this appointment Foley was Group Financial Controller at the firm, based in the Waterloo, Ontario office.

“We are delighted to expand Sean’s role within the new entity, providing continuity to our team,” said Glenn Henderson, CEO of Butterfield Fulcrum. “He will be responsible for the integrity of the companies’ financial information and systems, as well as a key part of the executive team at Butterfield Fulcrum and FORS.”

Mr. Foley graduated from the University of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada with a Bachelor of Administration degree. Mr. Foley began his career with Ernst and Young and holds a Canadian Chartered Accounting designation.

The firm now has $100bn in assets under administration.

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