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Tyndall AM has made two appointments to further enhance the quality and breadth of its compliance, operations and services it provides to clients and investors.

Suzanne Bentley has been appointed operations manager.  Ms Bentley has over 15 years experience in custody and fund administration, including roles at State Street and Chase Manhattan Bank.  This experience included responsibility for unit pricing, tax, fund accounting, performance analytics, relationship management and registry.

Her operations management role at Tyndall will include continued process enhancement as well as managing the service delivery from Tyndall’s custodian and registry partners.

In addition, Rosalind Norton has been appointed risk and compliance analyst.  Prior to joining Tyndall AM, Ms Norton worked with privately-owned financial institution Brown Brothers Harriman in Ireland as compliance and trustee representative, responsible for conducting portfolio compliance reviews of fund prospectus and regulatory requirements. She holds a masters degree in finance and capital markets and a bachelor degree (honours) in international business and languages from Dublin City University.

At Tyndall, Ms Norton will be responsible for managing day-to-day assurance and compliance activities for the Tyndall investment teams in both Australia and New Zealand.

Tyndall AM is a multi-specialist Australian investment manager, offering investment funds in Australian shares, Australian and international fixed interest, and alternative assets, as well as a multi-manager capability to retail and institutional investors in Australia.  It has approximately A$23 billion in funds under management (as at 31 March 2013).

Tyndall AM is a wholly owned subsidiary of Nikko Asset Management Co., Ltd., the largest asset manager headquartered in Asia with approximately A$156 billion in funds under management (as at 31 March 2013).

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24 May 2013