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Brown Brothers Harriman increases securities lending presence in Asia

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Brown Brothers Harriman has assigned Robert Lees and Richard Meek to its Hong Kong office, assuming the respective roles of head of securities lending trading and head of securities lending relationship management for the Asia Pacific region. 

Lees reports to Jeff O’Neill, global head of securities lending trading, and Meek to Elizabeth Seidel, global head of securities lending relationship management, business development strategy and marketing. 

Both work closely with Andrew Tucker, partner, who is responsible for the Asia Pacific region and BBH’s markets business, which includes global securities lending.
Chris Donovan, global head of BBH securities lending, says: “We are delighted to have Rob and Richard leading our trading, relationship management and business development efforts in Asia. BBH is committed to enhancing the service we provide to our clients across the globe and these appointments are an important part of our strategic growth plans for the region.”
Lees, who has been with BBH for eight years, is a vice president and senior trader within global securities lending and has held senior trading responsibilities in the firm’s London and Boston offices.  

Meek, a vice president with BBH for ten years, is responsible for BBH’s global securities lending Asia Pacific relationship management and sales efforts. Meek previously led the European securities lending relationship team in London.
BBH Hong Kong provides custody, fund accounting, securities lending, foreign exchange, cash management, brokerage, Infomediary, and transfer agency/shareholder services.

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