Northern Trust Hires GlobeOp Risk Exec.

Aug 6 2012 | 11:04am ET

Northern Trust has snared a rival's former risk services chief to fill a wide-ranging client services role.

Tony Glickman is charged with representing Northern Trust's hedge fund, custody, banking and operations services to clients worldwide. Most recently head of risk services at GlobeOp, Glickman has worked at Bankers Trust, Chemical Bank and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce during his more than 30-year career.

"Tony Glickman brings a diverse experience set and record of accomplishment in financial markets that he has successfully used to create analytic tools and services for portfolio managers, asset servicers, and investors," Steven Fradkin, president of corporate and institutional services at Northern Trust, said. "Tony's extraordinarily broad background will help Northern Trust clients take full advantage of our global platform to help them manage risk and capture opportunities worldwide."

"Northern Trust offers a unique value proposition to global investors that combines precise, high-volume processing and analytics developed for hedge funds with a worldwide technology and operations platform and unparalleled client service," Glickman said. "I am excited about our opportunities to create innovative solutions for asset managers, sovereign wealth funds and other sophisticated investors."


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