SS&C strengthens its fund administration business team
- Trading Systems , People Moves
- 21.03.2016 03:00 pm
Stephanie Miller will join SS&C Technologies Holdings, Inc. as Senior Vice President in April 2016. Ms. Miller will report to Rahul Kanwar, Head of SS&C Alternative Assets.
Formerly head of J.P. Morgan's fund administration business, Ms. Miller brings nearly 15 years running top 10 fund administration businesses, a track record of delivering on financial goals, and extensive expertise in dealing with local regulators and compliance for multi-jurisdictional governance. As a member of the senior executive team, Ms. Miller will help shape the overall alternatives business strategy. She will also be responsible for pre-sales and implementations with a special focus on developing and implementing solutions for the largest global fund managers.
"Stephanie's outstanding background in global operations management, business development and technology skills enhances our management team and underscores our commitment to our fund administration business," said Bill Stone, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, SS&C Technologies. "This addition reflects our focus on providing solutions to the alternatives industry in a fast-paced environment of technological and regulatory change."
During her tenure at JP Morgan and prior to that Citco, Ms. Miller developed and implemented strategies to increase assets under administration, improve operations, roll out new products, advance technology, and serve customers. Previously, she has held senior roles for Credit Suisse First Boston, The Capital Markets Company, CDC North America, and FGIC Capital Markets, Inc.
"I cannot think of a more exciting time to join an organization that offers a truly unique platform of products and solutions to hundreds of alternative managers worldwide. I have had direct experience using SS&C's technology platforms and look forward to having these powerful platforms at my disposal and using SS&C's deep expertise and technical architecture to create solutions for some of the largest and most complex fund managers," said Stephanie Miller.*