Alter Domus appoints Michael Janiszewski as Chief Operating Officer and Group Executive Board Member

Alter Domus, a leading provider of tech-enabled fund administration, private debt, and corporate services for the alternative investment industry, has appointed Michael Janiszewski as its new Chief Operating Officer.

In this role, Michael will report to Doug Hart, Alter Domus Chief Executive Officer, and will also join Alter Domus’ Group Executive Board.

Michael brings significant executive experience in leading the operations of global organizations. His successful 20+ year track record spans business & strategy development, business transformation, operational excellence, and digital innovation. Mike joins Alter Domus from BNY Mellon’s Securities Services and Digital business, where he served as Chief Operating Officer.

Alter Domus CEO Doug Hart said: “We’re excited to combine Michael’s expansive background with Alter Domus’ industry leading private markets services platform. Our aligned vision of the future of alternative investment operations will accelerate the Company’s client experience initiatives day-one.”

Following his appointment, Michael Janiszewski, Alter Domus Chief Operating Officer, said: “I am proud to join Alter Domus and am excited by the bright future ahead of our organization. I am looking forward to partnering with the talented and experienced group of executive leaders on our Group Executive Board, as well as the talented professionals across Alter Domus.”

Michael holds a BA in Electrical Engineering and a Certificate in Applications of Computing from Princeton University, and an MBA in Finance, Accounting, Strategy, and Entrepreneurship from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

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Michael Janiszewski

Michael Janiszewski

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Chief Operating Officer


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