Mellon Fund Administration (Dublin) Limited has made several significant new appointments John Maguire, Chief Operating Officer John Maguire is Chief Operating Officer of Mellon Fund Administration (Dublin) Limited, responsible for the Fund Accounting and Transfer Agency activities carried out in
Bisys has announced two high profile hires. Simon Shapland joins from ABN Amro Mellon as SVP, Head of Sales Europe and Stewart Copland as VP, Head of Client Relations Europe from Mellon Fund Administration.
Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH) Foreign Exchange announced that Nick Bennenbroek has been hired as an assistant vice president and is the latest addition to BBH FX's currency research team. This recent expansion effort is the next step in BBH FX's
Former Deutsche Bank custody chief and Deutsche Asset Management operationshead Peter Grafunder has surfaced at CapCo, where his brief is to build upthe wealth management practice at the fast growing consultancy.
One of the best known figures in Yen custody, Nagatoshi Shimamura, generalmanager, marketing, within the settlement and clearing services division atFuji Bank in Tokyo, is moving out of the custody business. Following themerger of Fuji Bank into the Mizuho Group,
RBC Global Services, Institutional & Investor Services (IIS) announced the appointment of Simon Coleman as Director of Operations in London, U.K. In his new role, Simon will oversee all aspects of global custody processing in more than 80 worldwide markets.
The Bank of New York announced that Matthew W. McKean has joined the Bank as a vice president of private client services in New Jersey. Mr. McKean brings to the Bank over fifteen years of financial services experience. His primary
The Liberty Ermitage Group has appointed Mark Hucker as the Group Executive Director Infrastructure responsible for all aspects of operations, finance and compliance, reporting to Ron Mitchell, Chief Executive Officer. He joins from Perpetual where he was Finance Director and
Bank of America Corp. plans to hire 350 people in its securities unit by mid 2002 as the third biggest U.S. bank says it aims to bring in more talented bankers and traders from the ranks of those fired on
London Clearing House (LCH) appointed David Pritchard and David Robins as non executive directors of the company. They will join the Board with effect from 26 November 2001. David Pritchard is currently Group Director, Wholesale and International Banking at Lloyds