UK investment house Gartmore has appointed Alan Hadley as equity finance specialist in the firm's dealing and derivatives implementation team.
Before joining Gartmore, Hadley held senior roles in equity finance/global security lending at Merrill Lynch International, CIBC Wood Gundy and more recently US Clearing/Fleet Securities where he focused on the trading of European, Far East and Asian equities for key direct and agency clients.
Hadley reports to Doug Shaw, head of derivative investment.
Commenting on the appointment, Shaw added: “[Hadley’s] experience will be invaluable to our rapidly expanding equity long/short product range as he will bring a sharper focus to our stock borrowing activity.”
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