Nature United Board Member
President and Chief Executive Officer of Fundserv
Katherine MacMillan is President and Chief Executive Officer of Fundserv. She has held a seat on Fundserv’s Board since 2014, and previously served as its Board Chair for six years. Established in 1993 and headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Fundserv is the indispensable connectivity hub for the Canadian investment industry. Fundserv connects more than 700 member companies enabling them to buy, sell and transfer investment funds with ease. Fundserv executes over 60 million network transactions yearly and provides online access to more than 70,000 investment fund products. A hallmark of Fundserv’s 30 years has been to reduce time, cost and risk in the Canadian Investment Industry.
Prior to joining Fundserv, Katherine was President and CEO of International Financial Data Services (IFDS) globally and served on the Board for nine years. Under her leadership, IFDS experienced record levels of growth, employee engagement and improved client experience. Before joining IFDS, Katherine spent more than 15 years at Manulife Financial, holding various leadership roles in Client Services, Marketing and Operations. In her last role at Manulife, Katherine served as Executive Vice President & General Manager, leading international teams across Canada, the US and Philippines with full accountability for the strategy and continued growth of the John Hancock Retirement Plan Services business.
Katherine holds a Bachelor of Arts and is a graduate of the Executive Leadership Program from Queen’s University. Katherine was also honored as one of Canada’s top leaders in the Top 40 Under 40 program, a national program that uniquely celebrates the achievements of 40 Canadians in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors, who have reached a significant level of success before the age of 40. She serves on the Board of Nature United, Board of Second Harvest, the Advisory Board of the Smith School of Business, and the Board of Governors for Junior Achievement of Central Ontario.