UK – Northern Trust has named Sally-Anne Callick as vice president of business development for its institutional custody and asset servicing business in the UK.
The company said Callick, who joins from J P Morgan Investor Services, would have “direct responsibility for global custody business development in the UK pension funds market”.
Callick will work with Jemma Broadgate and report to Penelope Biggs, who was recently named head of corporate and institutional services for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Callick was previously a relationship manager to UK pension funds and asset managers at J P Morgan, Northern Trust said.
“We are delighted to have Sally-Anne on board,” Biggs said. “Her depth and breadth of experience in the financial services industry will significantly strengthen our global custody business development drive in the UK pension funds market.”
The Northern Trust Co. is the principal subsidiary of Northern Trust Corp., which has 2.3 trillion dollars (1.9 trillion euros) in assets under administration and 521 billion dollars in assets under management.