JPMorgan Investor Services has appointed two new business heads for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Ann Doherty will take over as the new global asset servicing executive for EMEA moving from her existing role as global product executive for investment products and business executive for securities lending. Within her new position, Doherty will also have management responsibility for EMEA sales.
Ann has been with JPMorgan Investor Services for nearly 10 years and is well respected by the industry for her client and product expertise, said Ramy Bourgi, business executive for JPMorgan Investor Services EMEA.
Richard Warne will become the new global product executive for investment products and EMEA business executive for securities lending, moving from his current role as the regional business executive within the North America investment management industry group.
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