New appointment reinforces corporate trust reputation
WILMINGTON, Del.—Delaware Trust, a comprehensive provider of independent corporate trust and agency services and wholly owned subsidiary of CSC, announces the appointment of Eric Mazie to its board of directors. Eric brings over 30 years of corporate trust experience to the board.
Mazie, the director at Wilmington-based law firm Richards, Layton & Finger, has served as chair of the Statutory Trust Committee of the Delaware State Bar Association (DSBA) since its inception in 1988, and has been a member of the Commercial Law Section of the DSBA and the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association since 1984. In addition to serving on the board, Eric is a member of the company’s trust and audit committees.
Bill Popeo, president of CSC’s Global Financial Markets Group, of which Delaware Trust is a part, says Mazie brings independent corporate trust expertise and judgement to its board. “He will be especially valuable in providing guidance and leadership with our vision,” says Popeo, referring specifically to Delaware Trust’s plans for growth and the regulatory environment in which they operate.
“Adding Eric to our already impressive board of directors is a real feather in our cap,” says Popeo. “Along with his skills as an independent director, Eric’s experience in the corporate trust realm is the kind of asset any financial services firm would be thrilled to have at its disposal.”
Mazie says he’s proud to be part of an organization with Delaware Trust’s reputation for providing world-class service and extensive expertise. “Anyone working in the Delaware market or corporate trust business knows Delaware Trust as a proven entity with a record that has earned that respect. It’s an honor to join their team and I’m looking forward to contributing to the company’s success.”
Delaware Trust is part of CSC’s Global Financial Markets Group, which offers a comprehensive range of capital markets, fund administration, and corporate trust services, addressing client needs across the United States, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region.