MJ Hudson is pleased to announce that industry stalwart, Julie Patterson has joined its UK regulated subsidiary boards as an independent non-executive director.
Julie Patterson brings significant regulatory experience from her 15+ years at the Investment Association, and 7 years as Head of Asset Management, Regulatory Insight Centre EMA, KPMG. She also spent 14 years at the Bank of England, in a variety of roles.
Julie currently sits on the board of a UK subsidiary of $2 trillion asset manager, Capital Group, chairs the Investment Association's Sectors Committee, and is a member of the Boards of Trustees of Sawbridgeworth Parochial Church Council and Sawbridgeworth Ecclesiastical Charity.
Mike Booth, Partner, Regulatory solutions, at MJ Hudson says: "We are excited that Julie has joined the board and we are looking forward to working with her in the years ahead. This is a further example of our commitment to operating robust corporate governance arrangements."
Julie Patterson says "I am delighted to work alongside Mike and the team at MJ Hudson. It is very rare for a UK Principal Firm to appoint a fully independent director to its board and MJ Hudson is to be commended for taking this step."
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MJ Hudson (AIM:MJH) is the end-to-end solutions provider to the asset management industry, specialising in private markets and alternative investments. The firm helps fund managers and investors run more smoothly and perform at their best, through an integrated suite of advisory, outsourcing and analytical services, supported by a range of sophisticated digital tools.
MJ Hudson’s team of more than 350 lawyers, fund accountants, ESG consultants, developers and other professionals, serves more than 1,000 clients, across the globe, including some of the industry’s largest players.
Founded in 2010, by CEO Matthew Hudson (a private markets lawyer and former fund manager), MJ Hudson was admitted to the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange in 2019.