Northern Trust’s GFO group provides a range of asset servicing capabilities including master record-keeping, income collection, dividend payment and trade settlement across the broad spectrum of financial assets. Clients benefit from efficient processing, attentive service and consolidated information management at the click of a mouse via Wealth Passport.
With multiple asset managers, asset classes and partnerships, managing and controlling the financial information of a prosperous family can be arduous, resource heavy and very time- consuming. Working with a global asset servicing provider like Northern Trust gives you greater control and security, as well as comprehensive, consolidated reporting of all assets. Family office clients rely on Northern Trust daily, to be a dedicated resource and extension of their existing operations.
Selecting Northern Trust's GFO group provides not only a worldwide reach — but also servicing of all asset classes, and unmatched aggregation and reporting capabilities for assets held by both Northern Trust and those held by third parties — all backed by a century-long tradition of focusing on our clients’ needs first.
Building upon our custody services, Northern Trust also offers alternative asset servicing, complete data aggregation solutions, general ledger solutions, performance analysis and document management.
Based in London, Daniel Lindley is Managing Director for the EMEA Region for the Global Family & Private Investment Offices Group within Northern Trust. Dan also serves as the Chairman of the Board of Directors, and as Chief Fiduciary Officer, for Northern Trust’s Guernsey trust affiliate, Northern Trust Fiduciary Services (Guernsey) Limited.
Dan joined Northern Trust in 2005 and for the next seven years served as President of The Northern Trust Company of Delaware, whose assets under administration grew from virtually nothing to more than $10 billion during his tenure. Prior to joining Northern Trust, Dan was Managing Director and Trust Counsel at U.S. Trust Company of Delaware.
Dan began his career as a lawyer in private law practice in Delaware, initiating his career with Potter Anderson & Corroon and later as an equity partner in the Delaware offices of Duane Morris LLP and Reed Smith LLP. Over a period that spanned 25 years, he assisted institutional clients with fiduciary product development and fiduciary litigation, as well as the enactment of Delaware legislation dealing with fiduciary law. In that role, he was the principal author in 1997 of the Qualified Dispositions in Trust Act, Delaware's asset protection trust statute, and the 1995 legislation repealing Delaware's Rule against Perpetuities.
Dan holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Virginia School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, from Williams College. Admitted to the bars of the Supreme Court of the State of Delaware and the United States Supreme Court, Dan is a member of the International Bar Association and the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). Dan is also a member of the Asset Protection Planning Committee of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the American Bar Association. Dan is the former Board Chair of the Blood Bank of Delmarva, Inc., a leading supplier of blood and blood products in the Mid-Atlantic region of the U.S
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