Kevin O'Neill

Kevin O'Neill

Kevin O’Neill is Global Head of the Buy-Side Division at Fenergo. Kevin has a successful and proven track record as an institutional business development executive that spans more than 25 years. He has driven new revenue growth across various asset servicing, asset management and wealth management businesses. Kevin was formerly Head of the U.S. Asset Manager segment for Royal Bank of Canada’s Investor & Treasury Services (RBC), where he was responsible for the growth of business with a focus on U.S. asset managers, financial institutions, private equity and real estate managers. Prior to that role, he was RBC’s Head of the Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF) and Central Bank business segment, covering the largest institutional investors in Asia, the Middle East, Latin America and Europe.

Kevin joined RBC I&TS from Mellon Financial Corporation (MFC), where he was responsible for marketing MFC’s offshore fund services to major global asset managers. Prior to joining Mellon, he worked at Bank of Ireland Asset Management (BIAM) in Ireland and the U.S. with a focus on private banking and asset management business development activities.

Kevin holds a Bachelor of Arts in Financial Services (Honours) from University College Dublin and has numerous relevant diplomas from the Institute of Bankers, Ireland. Kevin is also a Certified Investment Fund Director (The Institute of Banking).

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Fenergo’s Kevin O’Neill discusses how asset management firms and other financial institutions are being scrutinized more by regulatory bodies with respect to AML/KYC compliance and what can be done to rectify the problem. A recent report found that regulators over the past 10 years have issued over $26 billion in AML/KYC and sanctions-related fines (and rising). This staggering number shows that related...

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