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Future Capital Partners appoints chief operating officer


Future Capital Partners, a GBP6bn alternative investment boutique, has appointed Trevor Castledine as its chief operating officer.

Future Capital Partners, a GBP6bn alternative investment boutique, has appointed Trevor Castledine as its chief operating officer.

Castledine, a former managing director and head of financial products at Royal Bank of Scotland, has taken over responsibility for all of the firm’s operations, organisational development and strategy delivery.

During his 15 year career, he has been responsible for leading teams across the compliance, treasury, risk and capital management spectrums, and has overseen in excess of GBP20bn of structured finance transactions.

During a six year spell at RBS, Castledine was both managing director of financial products within the firm’s structured finance division and managing director of portfolio transactions in the global markets unit. During this time, he was responsible for successfully delivering multi-billion pound transactions covering real estate, project finance, asset finance and leveraged finance.

Prior to RBS, Castledine was a vice president within Royal Dutch Shell’s structured finance division, having also previously held a number of senior finance roles at BNP and Barclays Capital.

Tim Levy, chief executive at Future Capital Partners, says: ‘This is a significant appointment for Future Capital Partners and are delighted that an individual of Trevor’s standing within the investment industry has decided to join us. Trevor offers us a wealth of operational and financial experience across numerous disciplines, and, importantly, he also fits seamlessly into the ethos which we have worked hard to establish at the firm’

Future Capital Partners specialises in alternative investments such as renewable energy, international property, biotechnology and media and entertainment. The firm’s products and investment opportunities are available to investors through financial institutions, wealth managers, IFAs and accountants.

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