BoNY Hires New Sales Head

Jun 21 2007 | 11:02am ET

The Bank of New York has appointed Marc Russell-Jones as managing director and head of sales for alternative investment services in Europe. Based in London, he will report to David Aldrich, managing director and European business manager of the bank’s alternative investment services division.

Russell-Jones joins from Northern Trust where he spent two years as vice president for alternative investment sales across Europe. Previous to this, he had been at The Bank of New York for three years where he was responsible for sales of hedge fund and exchange traded fund services.

David Aldrich, managing director and European business manager at the bank, said: “Marc’s sales skills and European contacts are a great asset to our expanding alternatives team and because he knows the bank well, he will hit the ground running. We’re all looking forward to working with him again.”

 


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