Timothy

Downey

Senior Vice President

Fund Services

Boston 

T :  +1 857 301 6858

M :  +1 857 378 7154

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Expertise

Tim has spent the last 15 years of his career focused specifically on alternative investment products.  He has been responsible for all aspects of fund administration for complex private equity, hedge and hybrid capital structures.  He has experience across a broad spectrum of asset classes including equities, fixed income, complex derivatives, physicals and bank debt.  Throughout his career he has been tasked with large scale system implementations, conversions, business transformations and re-engineering projects with an emphasis on reducing risk and increasing efficiency through the use of technology.  Above all, Tim prides himself on delivering the best client experience possible.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Fund Services

Background

Previously, he was a Managing Director of private equity services at State Street Corporation, responsible for operational oversight and relationship management for several large private equity clients.  He also worked as a Vice President and Senior Vice President at SS&C and Citigroup, respectively. Tim began his career as a custody fund accountant at Investor's Bank & Trust Company.

EDUCATION

University of Phoenix, US, Master of Science, Accountancy, 2011.
Boston College, US, Bachelor of Arts, Sociology, 1998.

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