Kane LPI appoints Head of Fund Administration

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Kane LPI Solutions, a Bermuda headquartered provider of fund administration services across a range of life, pension and investment products, has announced the appointment of Matthew Charleson as Head of LPI Fund Administration Services.

Charleson joins Kane LPI from his most recent role as a senior manager with Prime Management, another Bermuda based provider of fund administration services with a focus on insurance and risk-linked securities. Prior to that Charleson spent time as an Audit Manager for Ernst & Young focused on asset management.

Charleson will be based at Kane LPI’s Bermuda head office, where he will focus on product development and business growth in the fund administration arena. He will also be responsible for assisting in the day-to-day management of the life, pension and investment department in Bermuda, alongside the firms senior leadership.

Kane is the largest global independent insurance manager with a significant focus on insurance-linked securities transaction management and administration. As such it stands to reason that Kane will seek to grow its influence in the insurance-linked securities and reinsurance-linked investment fund arena as a provider of fund administration services through Kane LPI as well.

John Uprichard, Managing Director of Kane LPI, commented on the appointment; “The fund administration sector is a very competitive one, in which having the highest calibre of team members is critical to maintaining and strengthening your market position. The appointment of Matthew is therefore a key hire for us. His extensive management expertise and excellent reputation for service delivery will ensure he plays a leading role in our efforts to further enhance our capabilities and expand our client base.”

Charleson said; “Kane LPI is a very dynamic and innovative organisation. In recent years, the team have clearly demonstrated their ability to design and deliver bespoke administrative solutions, as well as offering flexible service models that adapt to the changing demands of clients and their markets. I am very much looking forward to becoming a part of this team.”

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