ASIA - Northern Trust has appointed Margaret Law as head of client services for its asset servicing business in North Asia (ex-China).
Law, who will be based in Hong Kong, was previously manager of Hong Kong operations for Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
"Margaret Law is an industry veteran who has a wealth of experience serving sophisticated institutional clients, including global asset managers," said Teresa Parker, chief executive officer of the Asia Pacific region for Northern Trust.
"We are pleased to welcome Margaret to our Hong Kong office, where Northern Trust has experienced strong growth in demand for fund administration and other services for government entities as well as investment managers based in the Asia-Pacific region. Margaret's expertise will be valuable to those clients and strengthen our service offering for both asset managers and institutional investors."
Law said: "I came to Northern Trust because of its solid reputation in financial services, and the specialisation and focus of its product offering. I am excited to join the Hong Kong team and contribute to our continued success in North Asia."
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