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Jul 12 2012 | 9:38am ET
Sweden's SEB has a new prime brokerage chief in Europe's hedge fund capital.
Peter Herrlin was named to lead the bank's prime brokerage division in London. He succeeds Atilla Olesen, who was named head of SEB's Enskilda Equities unit.
Herrlin has been with SEB Prime for two years. During that period, he's handled British and European sales, securities finance and worked on SEC's UCITS platform.
Prior to the promotion, Herrlin was CEO of hedge funds at SEB Enskilda. Prior to joining the bank, he spent four years as head of international hedge fund sales at Danske Bank.
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