Kimberly EvansSenior Vice President, Head of the Private Capital Fund Administration at Northern Trust
Kimberly Evans joined The Northern Trust Company in April 2010. She is a Senior Vice President in Alternative Funds Services and the North America Head of the Private Capital Fund Administration Business. This business provides financial services to North American Private Capital firms, general partners, their funds, and their investors.
Prior to this role, Kim led the Public Funds/Taft Hartley business in the US, Central and South America which grew to over $800 Billion in assets under custody (AUC). Kim was also previously the Global Head of Client Valuation Reporting (CVR), a global team responsible for the delivery of trust/custody client accounting and reporting for all Northern Trust business segments. Her teams were located in Chicago, London, Bangalore, Singapore, and Manila. She also led a global team of experienced internal consultants who develop operational, accounting and reporting solutions for some of Northern Trust’s most sophisticated clients.
Kim is currently the President of the Women In Leadership (WIL) Business Resource Council at Northern Trust where the mission is to engage and empower women in the workplace. She has also led and won awards for moving enterprise initiatives forward such as driving partner engagement and enhancing service excellence. She is a Chairman’s Award recipient for the results produced from her “Pay It Forward” Program, called Effective Women’s Leadership (EWL) which she developed after attending an Executive Leadership Program.
Kim has over 25 years of financial services, banking and consulting experience. She’s held several senior positions within financial institutions such as American National Bank, First Chicago NBD, ABN AMRO/LaSalle Bank, and as Chief Operating Officer of Diamond Bank (previously known as North Federal Bank). Diamond Bank was ultimately converted to a Wintrust Bank due to the transformative initiatives executed while Kim was the COO. She has also managed her own consulting business working with the C-Suite of community banks and entrepreneurs to increase revenue and enhance business & service models while creating a culture of accountability for risk and compliance.