Reshuffle at BBH’s securities lending division
05 March 2013
News, Global, Hong Kong, United Kingdom
By Asia Asset Management
Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH) announced on Tuesday (March 5) the partial reorganisation of its securities lending business based on the development of its intrinsic value lending programme.
Keith Haberlin is relocating to Boston from London to co-manage the securities lending product globally with Elizabeth Seidel. Both will report to Chris Donovan, global head of securities lending.
Robert Lees is relocating from Hong Kong to London where he will assume responsibility for trading in Europe and Asia, reporting to Mark Payson, global head of trading. The firm is also pleased to announce that Zubair Nizami has joined BBH to head the Asia trading desk in Hong Kong, reporting to Mr. Lees.
Neil Hiralall has assumed responsibility for regulatory strategy along with his existing risk management responsibilities.
Mr. Haberlin has been with the firm for nine years, the last five of which have been in leadership positions within securities lending. Mr. Lees has been with BBH securities lending for ten years, the past three in Asia where he oversaw the launch of the securities lending trading desk in Hong Kong. Mr. Nizami comes to BBH from Robeco Hong Kong Limited, where he was responsible for securities lending trading for Asia. Mr. Hiralall has been with BBH for five years all within securities lending.
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