Dutch fund administrator Intertrust has appointed the former head of fund services at JP Morgan and GC Legend Stephanie Miller as its new chief executive.
Miller is nominated by Intertrust’s supervisory board as its new CEO, and will hold a shareholder meeting on 19 January to confirm her appointment.
She joins from SS&C Technologies, where she was hired as senior vice president for sales implementation and strategy in March last year. Prior to that she headed up JP Morgan’s global fund administration business for four years, and had also established Citco’s middle-office services business 10 years ago.
The appointment of Miller is significant for Intertrust to grow its administration business, which only had hedge fund assets under administration (AuA) of $3.74 billion, according to its latest records. It also provides real estate and private equity administration services.
“We know her to be an excellent leader with a clear strategic view on our industry, a knowledgeable all-round professional and an inspiring individual. With her extensive experience in the financial services sector across the US, Asia and EMEA, and her strong focus on digitisation at SS&C, the supervisory board is confident that Stephanie is well positioned to lead Intertrust into the future,” said Hélène Vletter-van Dort, chairperson of the Intertrust supervisory board.