Russell/Mellon, the joint venture between Frank Russell Company and Mellon Financial Corporation, has enhanced its client services business with the appointments of Allison Langley and Russell Taylor.
As client services manager, Langley will assist in helping Russell/Mellon enhance and expand its business activities with each client. Her appointment coincides with the migration of an expanded suite of R/M products and services from the US.
As client services executive, Taylor will be responsible for marketing R/M services to the investment management community in the UK and the Netherlands. He will be responsible for developing the sales team within Russell/Mellon. He brings more than 11 years of sales experience, most recently with Data Downlink Corporation.
Both report to Corinne Collie, director of Russell/Mellon Europe.
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