BoNY Beefs Up Securities Division

Mar 8 2007 | 2:11pm ET

The Bank of New York has appointed five new personnel to help strengthen its securities servicing division.

Elizabeth Fitzgibbons joins from Fortis Bank, where she was a business development manager, as a hedge fund relationship manager in the alternative investment services business. Elin Toerre joins from EFG Eurofinancière d’investissements in Monaco, where she was a hedge fund analyst. She will join the bank’s hedge fund administration sales team and Fitzgibbons in the alternative investment services business line.

Neil Atkinson will be responsible for business development in the broker/dealer and investment bank client executive team. Previously, Akinson served as head of corporate actions and new issues at Euroclear. Maura O’Sullivan joins BoNY as a credit analyst from EDF Energy. She will be primarily responsible for carrying out financial and credit analysis of broker dealers, investment banks and hedge funds across Europe.

Finally, David Prestwich joins the bank’s broker dealer services team as a relationship manager. Previously, he managed client relationships within JPMorgan, where he predominantly looked after both French- and U.K.-based broker dealer and hedge fund clients.

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