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2012 Top International Operations Executives

2012 TOP INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS EXECUTIVES:
The More Things Change, The More They Stand Out
 |  DIANA CHAN: Shaking Things Up, In European Clearing |  CHRIS REMONDI: Increasing Information, Reducing Risk |  NEERAJ SAHAI: Marrying Large-Scale Technology With Boutique Service |  KEVIN MILNE: Making an Exchange Succeed By Working With Rivals |  THOMAS ZEEB: Gold Standard in Securities Processing |  CHRISTOPHER JAYNES: Cutting Out the Custodian Bank |  PATRICK COLLE: Going Global, But Not Everywhere |  TONY FREEMAN: Targeting Two-Day Settlement

2012 TOP INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS EXECUTIVES:
The More Things Change, The More They Stand Out

December 14, 2011
By Tom Steinert-Threlkeld

Markets are fragmenting rapidly in the United States and Europe. Big new markets are opening up from Brazil to China. The types of securities that get traded are expanding exponentially. Did anyone mention there are more than 600,000 indexes, for starters?

 And the risks are growing that counterparties might disappear (see MF Global) and debt instruments that carry the full faith of governments may not carry the full faith of your management.

 

Facing the constant crises and complexities that now mark the world’s markets and finding ways to soundly process trades and build business is why these eight navigators of change are our Top International Operations Executives heading into 2012.

DIANA CHAN, CEO, EuroCCP

CHRIS REMONDI, Managing director of systems ,Brown Brothers Harriman

NEERAJ SAHAI, Global head, Securities and Fund Services, Citigroup

KEVIN MILNE, Director of Post-Trade Services, London Stock Exchange Group

THOMAS ZEEB, CEO, SIX Securities Services

CHRISTOPHER JAYNES, Co-Chief Executive Officer, eSecLending

PATRICK COLLE, CEO, Securities Services, BNP Paribas

TONY FREEMAN, Director, European Industry Relations, Omgeo