Nottingham has been serving the fund accounting, administration, organization, and management needs of clients nationwide for over thirty years. Based in Eastern North Carolina, Nottingham delivers a full range of turnkey services, handling clients’ behind-the-scenes financial and administrative operations so they can focus on managing their portfolios.
How did we get into this industry without being located in a traditional financial center? Opportunities and small businesses germinate and grow by fulfilling a need. In the late 1980s the investment advisory industry was moving away from bank trust departments and in the direction of independent investment advisory firms. As these firms grew the operational and administrative issues of handling smaller accounts became onerous. Nottingham sought to solve these issues for investment advisors and investment structure sponsors, and has been doing so for over 28 years. Nottingham has become one of the largest independently-owned fund administration and accounting firms in the United States.
At Nottingham, we believe that intelligence, passion for excellence, and a pleasant family environment builds a strong organization. The longevity of many of our senior leaders is testament to an ongoing interest and dedication to the tasks at hand.
Our diverse group of leaders all share the traits of talent, focus and passion. The team fosters a culture of collaboration that is present throughout the company. Nottingham utilizes the EOS (Traction) management approach, which demands accountability and responsibility from everyone at our firm. Below you will find information about each member of our leadership team, including their professional experience and specific areas of expertise.
Are you looking for a partner to help you take your fund business to the next level?
Our thirty years of fund consulting and administration experience provides the resources you need for fund structure design and cutting edge fund administration technology. We avoid cookie cutter solutions, listening first and advising second.