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Horseshoe appoints SVP for Business Development and Marketing

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Horseshoe Group has appointed Sean Ward as SVP – Business Development and Marketing. He will be based in New York and will play a key role in the growth and development of the firm’s fund administration and insurance management businesses.

Ward (pictured), has over 15 years of business development and marketing experience within the asset management industry and was most recently a Director of Business Development at SS&C GlobeOp focusing on hedge and private equity funds. Prior to SS&C, Sean spent four years at Bloomberg. Sean has also held business development roles at Lord Abbett, Bank of Hapoalim and RF Lafferty.
 
Andre Perez, CEO of Horseshoe says: “We are extremely excited to have Sean join our team. Sean’s extensive expertise and excellent track record will enhance our service offering and help further develop and communicate our many capabilities in the fund administration and insurance linked security space.”
 
“I’m looking forward to working with this dynamic team to continue to build our firm and strengthen the valuable relationships with our clients,” says Ward. “This is an exciting time to be joining a growing company and becoming a contributor to the growth and continued success of Horseshoe. Horseshoe’s comprehensive services coupled with their technology and reporting capabilites make for a very attractive offering in the alternative fund and reinsurance markets.”
 
Brian Desmond, Head of Horseshoe Fund Services, adds: “We could not be more delighted to welcome Sean to our team and to spearhead our expansion efforts in the US market.  We were looking for the right person to add to our growing team and Sean’s skill set fit perfectly, as he has strong knowledge of alternative fund products and the entrepreneurial spirit necessary to successfully contribute to our expansion plans.”

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