16 March 2017
London
Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Northern Trust boosts UK fund services team
Northern Trust has appointed Katharine Morris as head of sales for its UK global fund services business.

Based in London, Morris will be manage the investment operations outsourcing, fund administration and other asset servicing solutions available to UK-based investment managers.

She joins from HSBC Securities Services where she was head of UK sales. Before this, she spent ten years at State Street, holding various positions including global relationship manager.

In her new role, Morris will report to Douglas Gee, head of sales for Northern Trust’s asset servicing business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Laurence Everitt, head of global fund services for the UK at Northern Trust, said: “Her experience working with some of the UK’s most sophisticated asset managers will be valuable as we continue to grow our global funds services business in the region working closely with prospective clients to tailor solutions that meet their specific needs.”

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