Kanyike Joins One of Gibraltar’s Largest Fund Administrators and Brings Nearly 20 years’ International Experience
Gibraltar – June 18, 2019 – Juno Services, one of the largest fund administrators in Gibraltar and subsidiary of the Gibraltar Stock Exchange (GSX) Group, has announced the appointment of Frederick Kanyike as its new CEO. Kanyike joins following nearly 20 years’ financial experience in both developing and developed economies, working across a range of sectors including IT, oil and gas, offshore wealth management, venture capital and private equity.
Commenting on his appointment, Frederick Kanyike said: “Juno Services is a core pillar of the GSX Group. As part of the Group’s efforts to bridge the gap between traditional finance and the blockchain industry, I look forward to building on Juno Service’s successes to date, while working with an experienced and dedicated team.”
Previously, Kanyike worked for Credit Suisse (Guernsey) Limited as Head of Central Functions and Accounts for the Fiduciary business for seven years, leaving to join State Street (Guernsey) Limited as Head of Client Service Management before relocating to Gibraltar.
Juno Services is a licenced provider of fund services, fiduciary services, nominee services, corporate services, and other potential business solutions, to both traditional and blockchain companies. The company was established following the acquisition of Grant Thornton Fund Administration Limited and the business of Vista Fund Services Limited.
Nick Cowan, Managing Director of the GSX Group, said: “We are delighted to welcome Frederick Kanyike to GSX Group as CEO of Juno Services. The continuous development and growth of each of the GSX Group’s subsidiaries is what drives our ecosystem. With a stellar track record across a number of key leadership positions, Kanyike brings a wealth of experience that will power the next phase of growth for Juno Services.”
Kanyike concluded: “I look forward to joining Juno Services, an organisation with an outstanding international reputation for professional excellence and compliance, both within the industry and amongst clients. I’m excited to play a part in the exciting Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) space Gibraltar has developed since the introduction of the purpose built DLT framework in January 2018.”