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  • 25 years, 25 CEOs: Helena Morrissey, CEO, Newton

    To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Global Investor/ISF interviewed 25 CEOs. Newton’s CEO is concerned that unless the industry raises its game the regulators will force it to change

  • 25 years, 25 CEOs: José Placido, CEO, RBC Dexia Investor Services

    To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Global Investor/ISF interviewed 25 CEOs. RBC Dexia Investor Services’ chief executive describes his firm’s search to achieve scale but retain nimbleness

  • 25 years, 25 CEOs: Bill Tyree, global head of investor services, Brown Brothers Harriman

    To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Global Investor/ISF interviewed 25 CEOs. The asset servicing industry may have reached the limits of consolidation, according to Brown Brothers Harriman’s head of investor services

  • 25 years, 25 CEOs: James Charrington, chairman, BlackRock’s EMEA business

    To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Global Investor/ISF interviewed 25 CEOs. The head of BlackRock’s European business is concerned over the potential for the present economic difficulties to morph into social conflict at a later date

  • 25 years, 25 CEOs: Scott Powers, president and CEO, State Street Global Advisors

    To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Global Investor/ISF interviewed 25 CEOs. Changing demographics have long-been cited as a danger to asset managers, but Scott Powers argues a looming savings glut presents opportunities for the industry

  • 25 years, 25 CEOs: Gilbert van Hassel, CEO, ING Investment Management

    To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Global Investor/ISF interviewed 25 CEOs. The ING Investment Management CEO explains why asset managers need to embrace a more sophisticated view of risk

  • CEO profile: Rob Shafir, Credit Suisse

    Global Investor/isf CEO of the year Rob Shafir has transformed Credit Suisse’s asset management division in just three years, writes Alastair O’Dell

  • CEO Profile: Haissam Arabi

    Haissam Arabi of Gulfmena Alternative Investments is a prominent figure in the Gulf region. He tells why he has left one of the most successful firms in the Middle East to go it alone.

  • Face to Face - Tim Douglas, Citi

    We speak to Tim Douglas, managing director, global head of securities finance, global transaction services, Citi

  • An entrepreneurial spirit

    Mark Weeks is one of the most well respected men in securities finance, with a career spanning twenty years. Craig MacDonald speaks to him about his glory days at London Global, why he left UBS, and his current job at ETF Securities.

  • A new challenge

    Last year Charlotte Wall saw her career at Morgan Stanley end after 15 years. And took some well deserved time out of the industry to evaluate what her next move would be. Her job choice may have surprised some in the industry, but according to her, it is the perfect fit. Craig MacDonald reports.

  • On the sidelines

    ?John Arnesen has been out of the securities financing world for six months, which to some in today's turbulent market may sound like a gift. Craig MacDonald finds out why he wants back in the game, what he thinks of the US bail out plan and why Middle Earth may be safer than the current economic world.

  • Knowledge is power

    ?Ian Hall speaks to Singapore based hedge fund expert Peter Douglas about the changing shape of the global emerging markets, how to track down the best hedge fund managers, and his expanding role representing the Alternative Management Association in Asia.

  • Change is good

    The Bank of New York Mellon merger has just reached its one year anniversary. The monumental integration is still ongoing but almost completed. Craig MacDonald speaks to the newly promoted Kathy Rulong about her new job, how the integration has gone and why change is good.

  • Shaping the game

    Humayon Dar is a name closely associated with many of the most innovative products in the Islamic Finance industry. BMB's pioneering Shariah technician tells Marek Sanders why he left Deutsche, where the Sukuk market stands today, how to sell short in Shariah, and why he likes The Matrix.

  • Taking the bull by the horns

    A year ago Sylvan Chackman was in an enviable position, being fought over by two brand name prime brokers. He sits down with Craig MacDonald to discuss why he left Morgan Stanley and how he is going to fulfill all Merrill Lynch's promises.

  • The real deal

    Lou McCrimlisk, head of fixed income prime brokerage at Citigroup, has seen much in his time in the industry. He speaks to Craig MacDonald about what happened at Salomon, his caddy scholarship and, of course, EquiLend.

  • Clearing up the controversy

    Frank Vogel, one of the leading architects of the Fortis GSLA business, has been at the centre of industry rumours ever since he left the bank. He sits down with Craig MacDonald to set the record straight.

  • The king of comedy

    A veteran of the industry, Mohamed Moursy has a wry eye for how the industry has developed in the last 20 years. He speaks to Craig MacDonald about the balance between work and home, his love of Eddie Murphy and some industry anecdotes that could only occur at the annual RMA conference.

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