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By Nancy Heslin - November 10, 2017

Q&A with Irina Peterson, Senior BD Manager at Maitland Group, who explains lifestyle asset administration

Maitland Irina-PetersonIrina Peterson joined Maitland in the Monaco office in 2014, having been based in the Principality for over 18 years. She is responsible for Maitland’s further growth in the private client, family office and corporate services sectors, where the group has a strong reputation for complex cross-border and multi jurisdictional advisory and administration services, with a particular focus on Monaco.

Prior to joining Maitland, the International University of Monaco alumna, who graduated in the top three of her class, worked for Monaco Asset Management and Merrill Lynch to grow their private client and wealth management businesses. Most recently, she was a senior executive manager of Eurocape New Energy.

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