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New Chief Corporate Officer at Saltgate

New Chief Corporate Officer at Saltgate

Monday 20 January 2020

New Chief Corporate Officer at Saltgate

Local fund administrator Saltgate has appointed a new Chief Corporate Officer.

Hannah Culshaw, who was previously the Head of Governance for the alternative fund administrator, has been promoted to the role.

The firm lists her new responsibilities as:

  • governance, compliance and risk;
  • larger projects that impact across the business;
  • the environmental and social impact of our business and the governance around this.

She commented: “I am very excited to be taking on this new challenge at the start of my fourteenth year with the Saltgate Group.

“Saltgate is an organisation that I am incredibly proud to be part of and I look forward to working with my colleagues and our advisory network, to ensure that our business remains a robust platform for our teams to achieve client service excellence.”

Saltgate CEO Simon Riley said: “Hannah’s new role is key to helping Saltgate continue to excel in 2020 and Hannah’s promotion is testament to her expertise and the great work that she has delivered over the last 14 years.

“Our senior team clearly demonstrates Saltgate’s commitment to gender diversity and I’m pleased to be able to say that we are leading the way in this regard amongst other fund administration organisations.”

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