Chase Manhattan has strengthened the continental European sales team of its Global Investor Services division by appointing Annaick Dulac and Louise Diepenhorst. Dulac will join as a sales representative for the French market and Diepenhorst will work with Nadine Lagarmitte, head of continental Europe sales, on sales in the Benelux markets.
Previously Dulac spent three year selling derivatives at HSBC in London and before that was at Nat West in London and Deutsche Bank in Paris. Diepenhorst worked for three years in sales at ABN Amro before joining Chase. “Our desire to expand our business franchise in continental Europe means that we must have people on the ground with local knowledge,” says Ramy Bourgi, senior vice president of Global Investor Services.
Global Investor Services has $6trn (E7trn) under custody of which $2.3trn are global custody assets.