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Financial services firm Brown Brothers Harriman has expanded its EMEA securities lending team with the addition of four senior executives.
David Lewis, Jacqueline Waller, Céline Emond and Samantha Peppiatt have joined BBH's team to focus on relationship management and business development activities across the EMEA region.
"The shift in beneficial owner sentiment towards customised, intrinsic value lending programs is leading to significant new business for our program across regions. Our EMEA business in particular has grown significantly in recent months as beneficial owners move into our program from exclusive arrangements and other agent lending programs," says Keith Haberlin, head of BBH's securities lending business for Europe and the Middle East. "The addition of David, Jacqui, Céline and Sam ensures that we have the requisite talent to respond to the growth of our business whilst maintaining the service excellence our clients expect from BBH."
Lewis has 15 years of securities lending experience, most recently at J.P. Morgan where he was responsible for relationship management of securities lending clients in the EMEA region.
Waller joins BBH having spent 14 years in a broad range of senior roles in Northern Trust's securities lending business including trading, relationship management and business development.
Emond has 11 years of financial services experience and has spent the past six years in BBH's Luxembourg office, covering the firm's investor services relationships with Dutch, Belgian and French clients.
Peppiatt joins securities lending from BBH’s investor services business where she has worked as a relationship manager for the past four years. She has 26 years of financial services experience.
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