Brown Brothers Harriman Hires Marc Chandler From HSBC As Global Head Of Currency Strategy

Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (BBH) has appointed Marc Chandler as Global Head of Currency Strategy. He will replace Anne Parker Mills, who is retiring after nearly a decade in this role with BBH Foreign Exchange. Chandler will be based

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Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (BBH) has appointed Marc Chandler as Global Head of Currency Strategy. He will replace Anne Parker Mills, who is retiring after nearly a decade in this role with BBH Foreign Exchange. Chandler will be based in New York and will assume the responsibility for BBH’s global currency strategy products.

“With nearly 20 years of experience analyzing economics and developing currency strategies, Marc will be an outstanding addition to our team and his presence will ensure our client’s continuation of the outstanding currency research and strategy that they have come to expect from BBH FX,” says Jeffrey Scott, Head of FX Global Sales and Marketing at BBH. “Marc’s energy, intelligence and demonstrated commitment to relationship excellence will make him a valuable asset to our clients.”

Chandler joins BBH having most recently worked for HSBC Bank as Chief Currency Strategist, and previous to that for Mellon Bank. He has written for various market publications and appears on business television.

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