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SANNE builds out Hong Kong office, appoints Mark Law to the newly created role of Managing Director, Alternative Assets

Monday, August 21, 2017
Opalesque Industry Update - SANNE, a leading global provider of alternative asset and corporate administration services, appointed Mark Law to the newly created role of Managing Director, Alternative Assets for the Asia-Pacific and Mauritius region with immediate effect.

Based in Hong Kong and a member of SANNE's leadership team, Mark's primary focus will be on expanding SANNE's alternative asset capabilities across the Asia-Pacific and Mauritian networks and target client markets. This will include delivering initiatives to develop an Asia specific service platform with multi-jurisdictional capabilities to further enhance SANNE's brand and bespoke specialist solutions to the region's leading asset managers, banks and financial institutions.

Mark has held senior management roles across the financial services industry. Most recently he heading up the custody, clearing fund administration and securities lending business for Deutsche Bank's Asia-Pacific region. During this time, Mark was responsible for 12 jurisdictions in the region. Prior to that Mark worked in Tokyo and Mauritius within Deutsche Bank's Corporate Trust business heading up the Institutional Cash Management and Fund Services businesses respectively.

Phil Godley, Senior Managing Director at SANNE, said: 'We are delighted to welcome Mark to the SANNE leadership team. With over 14 years' experience in the Asia-Pacific and Mauritius region, we will benefit from Marks industry knowledge and experience in the alternative asset space. This will enable us to further enhance and strengthen SANNE's reputation as a leading global provider of global administration services.'

Mark is a qualified FCA from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and holds an Oriental Studies Bachelor's Degree and Master's from Oxford University.

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