Kinoshita’s responsibilities include staying on the forefront of custody trends that could affect clients’ back office and operational functionality, assessing clients’ operational structures to ensure they are efficient and incorporate industry best practices, and expanding the firm’s custodial research, consulting capabilities and product offerings.
Kinoshita has 20 years of experience in the securities processing industry and at large financial institutions, with all constituent levels at public funds, corporate and Taft-Hartley pension plans, foundations, endowments, corporate treasury, and banks and insurance companies. He also has experience in settlement operations, client reporting, client systems consulting, product and business development and project management.
Before joining Callan, Kinoshita was a business development officer in the institutional services group at Comerica Bank, where he was responsible for trust, custody, securities lending, short-term investment products and asset management.
Kinoshita graduated with a B.A. in political science from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
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