MSC Group makes three senior hires

21 July 2021
| By Laura Dew |
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MSC Group has appointed three to its senior management team including Hayden Williams as chief operating officer.

Williams joined from Sandhurst Trustees where he was corporate trustee head and lead three teams with over 140 mandates and $8 billion in funds under supervision.

The firm also appointed Sachin Tokhi and Daniel Iwaloye as co-leads of MSC’s funds administration business MSC Abacus. Tokhi previously worked at Link Market Services and Computershare while Iwaloye, who would lead the fund accounting arm, had worked at firms including IFM, Lombard Odier Trust and Deloitte.

MSC Group managing director, Matthew Fletcher, said: “We are delighted to make these new senior appointments to our business. Our staff and our clients are sure to benefit greatly from the extensive experience they bring. Our ability to differentiate and offer more commerciality in the corporate trustee and fund administration markets requires deep understanding of client requirements and diverse knowledge from our team.

“These new hires follow a breakout year in which we have won new roles across 80 individual funds and increased funds under appointment by an additional $2.5 billion. We are so pleased to be attracting management staff of this calibre as we look to continue our growth in Australia.”

Williams said: “Having worked alongside MSC Group since their inception, I know the business and its culture well and I look forward to bringing my previous experience in leading the trustee and registry divisions of Sandhurst Trustees”.

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