Booker boost for Northern Trust
October 31, 2017

Northern Trust has hired Andrew Booker as head of sales focusing on these strategic sectors across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). This is in line with its strategy to continue to grow its insurance and financial institutional client base across the globe, it says.

Northern Trust says this newly created role expands its dedicated team responsible for supporting the evolving needs of sophisticated institutional investors and forms a cornerstone of its global growth strategy.

Based in London, Booker will drive sales across Northern Trust's range of asset and fund servicing, capital markets, liquidity and data solutions for insurance and financial institutions in EMEA. He reports to Douglas Gee, Head of Sales for Northern Trust's Corporate & Institutional Services business in EMEA.

Booker joins from SEI Investments where he was Head of Sales for the SEI Wealth Platform in Europe. During his 20-year career in the financial services industry, he has held senior roles in sales and relationship management at Brown Brothers Harriman, senior product and strategy roles at JP Morgan and programme management roles at Royal Bank of Scotland, adds Northern Trust.  





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Northern Trust has hired Andrew Booker as head of sales focusing on these strategic sectors across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). This is in line with its strategy to continue to grow its insurance and financial institutional client base across the globe, it says.

Northern Trust says this newly created role expands its dedicated team responsible for supporting the evolving needs of sophisticated institutional investors and forms a cornerstone of its global growth strategy.

Based in London, Booker will drive sales across Northern Trust's range of asset and fund servicing, capital markets, liquidity and data solutions for insurance and financial institutions in EMEA. He reports to Douglas Gee, Head of Sales for Northern Trust's Corporate & Institutional Services business in EMEA.

Booker joins from SEI Investments where he was Head of Sales for the SEI Wealth Platform in Europe. During his 20-year career in the financial services industry, he has held senior roles in sales and relationship management at Brown Brothers Harriman, senior product and strategy roles at JP Morgan and programme management roles at Royal Bank of Scotland, adds Northern Trust.  



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