Family office and advisory firm Maitland has appointed David Hathorn as its new deputy chairman.

Hathorn has been serving as a non-executive director of Maitland International Holdings and chairing its audit and risk committee for the last two years.

Before joining the Maitland board, Hathorn worked as the CEO of packaging and paper firm Mondi. He held this role for 17 years during which he played an integral role in driving the firm’s international expansion and spearheaded a demerger from Anglo American, with a listing on the London and Johannesburg exchanges.

Overall, he had a 25-year stint at Mondi. Prior to that he served as an executive director of Anglo American.

His career of over three decades also includes stints as the chairman of Kore Potash as well as Tessara.

Maitland chairman Michael Solomon said: “David has already made a significant impact since joining the Board and I have no doubt that that in his new role, and with his extensive expertise and skills, he will continue to contribute significantly to the well-being and growth of Maitland.”

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Maitland has 17 offices and employee strength of more than 1,100.

The business has assets under administration of over $220bn.

This January, the firm purchased legal advisory firm Gowling WLG (Monaco).