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Mary Bruen

Regional Head of Fund Services - Jersey, Guernsey & Isle of Man

Mary joined Ocorian in February 2022 as Regional Head of Fund Services for Jersey, Guernsey and Isle of Man.

Mary is an experienced professional known for her strategic and focused approach, and is recognised for limiting risk, establishing strategies for optimising operations, financial returns and client service.

She has a wealth of expertise and experience following an extensive career focused on the asset management industry. She started her career at PwC (Jersey, Boston & London) initially in audit and over time transitioning to advisory where she specialised in strategy and regulatory engagements.

Prior to joining Ocorian she held senior leadership roles at Capita Asset Services and Link Group. She acted as an inhouse consultant/adviser and was responsible for a variety of projects across jurisdictions including defining new target operating models, system implementation, market strategy propositions, market access analysis and target identification followed by due diligence, business case and target valuation.

She is an experienced Non-Executive Director and has held directorships across a portfolio of regulated and unregulated investment management structures including private equity, debt, real estate, long/short equities, and systematic trading. She was a director of a Jersey regulated FSB; responsible for the development and implementation of its strategy and oversight of risk.

Mary is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ireland, holds a Bachelors degree in Commerce and a Masters in Accountancy.  
 

Qualifications
MSc
Languages
English

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