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Northern Trust appoints new FX leadership

Monday, 18 June 2012
Northern Trust appoints new FX leadershipNorthern Trust has named William J Huber and Mark C Gossett as new co-heads of Global Foreign Exchange, effective July 2nd this year. These changes follow the decision of Peter Gloyne, current global head of Foreign Exchange, to retire.http://www.ftseglobalmarkets.com/

Northern Trust has named William J Huber and Mark C Gossett as new co-heads of Global Foreign Exchange, effective July 2nd this year. These changes follow the decision of Peter Gloyne, current global head of Foreign Exchange, to retire.

Northern Trust has named William J Huber and Mark C Gossett as new co-heads of Global Foreign Exchange, effective July 2nd this year. These changes follow the decision of Peter Gloyne, current global head of Foreign Exchange, to retire.  Huber, a 23-year veteran of the bank, currently serves as chief dealer of Northern Trust’s Global Foreign Exchange Division based in Chicago. Gossett, an executive vice president with 29 years of service with Northern Trust, has served in a variety of senior roles including chief risk officer and chief operating officer for Northern Trust Global Investments, and chief financial officer of the International Segment within the bank’s Corporate & Institutional Services.

As part of the transition, Gossett will relocate to London and Huber will remain in Chicago. Both will report to Fradkin.

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