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Innovative technology and a consultative approach to help you analyse performance and manage risk

To monitor and evaluate your portfolio's performance and risks, you need sophisticated tools and expertise. Supported by leading-edge technology, our experienced performance and risk consultants not only analyse and aggregate data across your investments, they help you understand it - giving you a foundation for informed decision making.
 
Northern Trust can create a tailored solution from an extensive array of capabilities, to offer you the meaningful insight you require.

  • Leading-Edge Technology – One global platform feeding into our integrated solutions
  • Best Practices – Leveraging the experience of clients worldwide
  • Speed of Delivery – Timely, technology-enabled expertise
  • Decision Support – Providing you with decision-ready information
  • Efficient Use of Resources – Resource-effective vehicles for performance reporting, compliance tracking and active risk management
  • Consultative Approach and Experience – Each team’s expertise can be leveraged to tailor a solution to meet your needs

Integrated Solutions

  • Fully integrated risk and performance reporting packages
  • Comprehensive performance measurement and attribution analysis that includes daily, online information access
  • Fully customised, interactive dashboards that allow you to view the data that is important to you
  • Multi-manager, multi-asset class post-trade compliance monitoring and exposure analysis
  • Ex-ante risk management reporting that captures changes in risk profile quickly
William Mak

William Mak

Executive Vice President, Head of Asia Pacific
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William Mak

William Mak

Executive Vice President, Head of Asia Pacific
 
William Mak is the Head of South East Asia. William is responsible for the oversight of the Singapore Branch activities. He is also responsible for the development of business activities across Northern Trust’s divisions in Singapore and in the other countries in South East Asia.

Prior to joining Northern Trust, William Mak was with Bank of New York Mellon. He was the Managing Director of Bank of New York Mellon Asset Management business in South East Asia from 2008 – 2010. Before joining the Asset Management business, William was the General Manager Asia of Bank of New York Mellon Asset Servicing B.V. from 2006 to 2008.

Prior to that, he was Managing Director at ABN Amro, managing client relationships and business development with Central Banks, Sovereign Wealth Funds and Government Institutions in Asia Pacific. William also spent a short stint at BNP Paribas in 2004 as Managing Director, Financial Institutions Group, South East Asia.

William started his career at the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and held various roles during his 16 year tenure in the monetary and reserve management area. William’s last held position at the MAS was Director and Head, Foreign Exchange, Liquidity and Gold in the Reserve and Monetary Management Department. He was part of the MAS senior management in deciding the strategic asset allocations in the foreign reserve of MAS.

William is an economist by training, and graduated with Honors from the National University of Singapore.

 

Awards and Accolades

Recognized for strength, stability and outstanding service.
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This material is directed to professional clients only and is not intended for retail clients. For Asia-Pacific markets, it is directed to institutional investors, expert investors and professional investors only and should not be relied upon by retail investors.