Supporting multiple fund structures across multiple domiciles and jurisdictions, with expertise in traditional and alternative.
For fund services that will evolve with your changing requirements, partner with Northern Trust. Servicing investment manager and fund company clients for over 30 years, we have developed expertise in administering the full spectrum of investment strategies from the most straightforward to the most complex.
Michael E. Blake, CFA
Mike leads Northern Trust’s business development efforts on behalf of the Global Fund Services and Insurance segments in North America. He is focused on delivering solutions to North American investment managers and insurance companies on behalf of their global custody, fund administration, and investment operations outsourcing needs on a global basis.
Mike began his career at Northern Trust in 1989 in Worldwide Operations and Technology serving the Large Corporate ERISA and institutional market segments. He spent several years away from Northern Trust consulting to retirement plan sponsors, developing and marketing enterprise level asset allocation and client servicing solutions for trust and retirement plan providers. Mike returned to Northern Trust in 2005.
Mike received a BS in Business Administration from Marquette University and an MBA from Loyola University of Chicago. Mike is a CFA charterholder and member of the CFA Society of Chicago.
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