At Northern Trust we believe a successful transition management service is one combining team expertise with a world class methodology around strategy design and execution.
Critical to the delivery of any transition or restructure is the ability to project manage the entire experience in order to provide a fully integrated experience to your organisation.
The key areas for your consideration when choosing a transition manager, namely:
At Northern Trust we select, structure and develop our team to provide you with a depth of expertise, complete client focus and a risk-focused approach.
We pride ourselves in developing a truly customised strategy for any assignment that delivers cost efficiency whilst minimising your financial and operational risks from commencement to completion.
Our transition management team will manage the entire assignment; engaging the different parties and working within the current processes of your organisation to ensure a smooth but transparent implementation.
Risk Management, Compliance and Reporting
Completion of a successful transition is not only about ensuring an efficient process but also minimising risk and providing complete transparency before, during and after the event.
Northern Trust has been assisting and managing client restructures since 1987, and transition management is recognised by senior management as a core offering to our client base.
We would be delighted to discuss any aspect of Northern Trust's transition management service or provide further information that you may require.
Sunil Daswani is a Senior Vice President and is responsible for the relationship management team for all of Northern Trust's global clients (ex North America) who participate in Securities lending. He also leads the sales efforts for any new clients interested in Northern Trust's Securities Lending capabilities and may be interested in participating in our lending programme.
Sunil previously acted as Director and Regional Manager for Securities Lending, Asia for Northern Trust Global Investments based in Hong Kong. There he was responsible for addressing and evaluating securities lending initiatives for lenders and borrowers where Northern Trust acted as an agent lender. Sunil additionally focused on building the supply of Asian assets for Northern Trust global securities lending program ensuring that the due diligence was carried out when lending its clients assets in each jurisdiction. Sunil was also the Chairman of the Pan Asia Securities Lending Association (PASLA), from 2005 through 2008.
Prior to this position, Sunil was a Global Custody product manager at Citigroup.
Sunil holds a BSc. (Economics) in Accounting & Finance from the London School of Economics (1993).
Gavin Mashford works within the Northern Trust Capital Markets sales and relationship management team as a Specialist, Transition Management. Based in London Gavin’s role is to focus on transition management sales and distribution, whilst working closely with clients and the transition managers to provide relationship management through a restructure.
Gavin joined the transition management team in September 2013. Before joining Northern Trust, Gavin spent seven years at Deutsche Bank where his responsibilities included; covering client service solutions and market initiatives for the derivatives team, specifically with regard to OTC and their regulation.Gavin graduated from Lincoln University with a BSc Honours degree in 2001.
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