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Quintillion Limited names O'Brien to lead client relations in Europe

Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Opalesque Industry Update - Quintillion has hired Barry O'Brien as head of Fund Client Relations - Europe. In his role, O'Brien will focus on strengthening relationships with Quintillion's Europe-based clients. He will be located in the Dublin office.

Barry brings more than 22 years of experience in the financial services industry to his new role. Prior to joining Quintillion, O'Brien was executive director of sales, strategy and product development, and management at Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML). In that role, Barry worked closely with Linda Gorman, chief executive officer of Quintillion and Ken Somerville, chief operating officer of Quintillion, for more than 10 years to provide custody and depositary services for their common hedge fund clients. O'Brien holds a bachelor's degree and a master's degree from University College Dublin.

"Barry's extensive experience in the financial services industry, including several years on the board of a depositary company, helps to expand our business and provide our clients with a more knowledgeable and tenured team of professionals," said Gorman. "We are delighted to welcome Barry as we continue to develop and enhance our product offerings for the growing European market and needs of our clients." "Barry will be a real asset in helping support our clients and in building the upcoming European depositary service," said Somerville. "We're very excited to have him on the team."

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