Hollis Otero is a Senior Vice President in Global Fund Services and serves as the Program Director for the UBS Fund Services acquisition and business integration in Switzerland and Luxembourg. In this role, Hollis has oversight for all workstreams involved in the completion of this acquisition and is responsible for the subsequent migration activities to the Northern Trust platforms.
Prior to that, Hollis was the Chief Administrative Officer for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) responsible for the maintenance of the Individual Accountability Regime framework through the Conduct Office and facilitating various regional initiatives for the EMEA Chief Executive Officer.
Prior to joining Corporate and Institutional Services, Hollis was the Head of Strategic Risk responsible for maintenance and refinement of the global Enterprise Risk Management Framework, including governance, risk assessments, risk measurement, risk appetite, and risk reporting. She was also responsible for the development of strategic risk reporting, the coordination of global stress testing, and for providing timely updates on strategic risk themes to senior management.
Previously, Hollis was a member of the Northern Trust Asset Management program management office where she was responsible for working with NTAM leadership to analyze and create business plans, problem solve and execute on key initiatives. Before joining NTAM, Hollis spent three years as a Senior Relationship Manager responsible for new business development and portfolio management in Northern Trust’s Corporate Banking nonprofit sector.
Prior to joining Northern Trust, Hollis spent seven years at GE Capital and Heller Financial. After completing an extensive developmental program, Hollis joined an interdisciplinary team responsible for delivering a full range of debt and equity products to private equity sponsors, financial intermediaries and prospective and existing borrowers of GE Capital.
Hollis received a B.A. in biology from the University of Colorado, and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business, with concentrations in finance and economics. Hollis is a member of the Advisory Board at Chicago Children’s Advocacy Center and is a Leadership Greater Chicago Fellow (Class of 2016).