Gen II Fund Services Opens Boston Office, Hires Buckley As MD

Aug 28 2017 | 3:54pm ET

Independent private equity fund administration specialist Gen II Fund Services has opened a new office in Boston, Massachusetts and named former State Street executive Shaun Buckley as a managing director operating out of the new locale.

The Boston office becomes the third client service center for Gen II, joining New York and San Francisco, the company said in a statement.  

Buckley comes aboard State Street, where he had broad responsibility for private equity fund administration and reporting across an institutional client base. Prior to joining State Street in 2007, he was an assistant vice president with Investors Bank & Trust. 

“The opening of our Boston office is a significant milestone for Gen II,” said Norman Leben, Managing Principal, in the statement. “This expansion represents a vital part of our strategic plan to thoughtfully build out our servicing capabilities throughout key markets across the United States.” 

Founded in 2009 by Leben, Steven Millner, and Steven Alecia, Gen II Fund Services covers more than covering more than $150B of private capital and reporting to over 9,000 LPs on behalf of clients. The independent company has broad expertise across buyout, feeder funds, infrastructure, energy, credit, real estate, co-investment, hybrid funds, funds of funds, venture capital, and managed accounts. The company is one of the industry’s largest independent firms focused on private equity fund administration. 

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