Hamilton Lane appoints Chief Technology Officer
Private markets asset management firm Hamilton Lane has appointed Niki Mangos as its Chief Technology Officer, based in the firm’s Bala Cynwyd headquarters.
Prior to Hamilton Lane, Mangos was Chief Information Officer (CIO) at Brandywine Global Investment Management, CIO for the Individual Products Distribution Division at Guardian Life, and a member of the Technology leadership team at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, among other roles.
“Hamilton Lane prides itself on our long history of embracing, and investing meaningfully in, technology and data – all with an eye towards delivering strong investment returns and an excellent client experience,” says Erik Hirsch, Vice Chairman and Head of Strategic Initiatives. “The addition of Niki, to our already strong team of internal technologists and data experts, further strengthens our platform.”
Mangos says: “Hamilton Lane has become a firm with a strong reputation for embracing technology and is a desired home for seasoned technology leaders. It’s great to be joining during an exciting period of growth and evolution, and I look forward to supporting the firm in its continued commitment to providing innovative, technology-forward solutions to enable clients to better assess, track and invest in the private markets.”
Mangos joins Hamilton Lane as Olin Honore, Head of Information Technology, shifts his focus to facilities management as the firm readies its move to a new corporate headquarters building. Mangos is the most recent in a number of appointments of senior female professionals at Hamilton Lane. As of 30 June, overall women comprise 35 per cent of senior leadership roles and about 40 per cent of the firm’s total employee base.