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Corporate trust and fund services company Zedra has appointed David Inglesfield to the newly created post of managing director of its London office.

Inglesfield is an experienced business leader, having developed businesses within the high net worth wealth management sector across Africa, Asia, Russia and the Middle East.
 
Previously, Inglesfield held the post of regional director for the Asiaciti Trust group, where he was responsible for leading the development of the Singapore based Asiaciti Trust’s business in Europe, where he positively built a strong portfolio of clients, prior to his current appointment.
 
Inglesfield has also held regional directorships at both Standard Chartered Private Bank and Barclays Wealth, which he joined as an international graduate in 1986. He served in a range of client relationship and business leadership roles across four continents.
 
“London has long been the destination of choice for the new wealth being created in the emerging market economies,” says Inglesfield. “One of my key challenges will be to harness my experience of delivering growth across these markets. Zedra’s offer of an open architecture platform which allows clients to select specific expert advisers, allied to its global network, means it is perfectly positioned to serve these fast growing markets.”
 
Niels Nielsen, chief executive officer, adds: “David comes to us with a proven track record across key growth markets. He has extensive operational, risk and regulatory management experience and joins us at an important time in our growth plans, as we expand our business in carefully selected jurisdictions around the world.” 

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