UK - Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH), the oldest privately owned US bank and fund manager, has appointed David Bilbe as its new managing director of investor services in London.
At BBH, Bilbe will be responsible for both relationship management and business development for areas serviced by the London office. He replaces Paul Chapman, who left BBH last year. The London office acts as BBH's European hub, offering custody, equity brokerage and research, securities lending and foreign exchange services to clients in Europe and the Middle East.
David has a proven track record of successfully developing global custody businesses and he understands the needs of our client base thoroughly, said Andrew Tucker, partner at Brown Brothers Harriman. Additionally, his experience in the local market will consolidate our recent growth in servicing UK fund managers.
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