Madeleine Senior is Head of Business Development for Northern Trust’s asset servicing business in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). In this role, she is responsible for leading business development teams across EMEA and is focused on developing innovative servicing solutions for new and existing clients.
Since joining Northern Trust in 1994, Madeleine has held a range of executive management roles in London, Chicago and Stockholm. Prior to relocating to London in early 2012, Madeleine was based in Stockholm where as the Managing Director of our Nordic business she led Northern Trust’s development in the region, which included overseeing the opening of the Stockholm branch office in 2009.
She has also worked as a Senior Relationship Manager within our Global Fund Services and Institutional Investor groups - looking after European asset managers, in-house managed clients, and European wealth clients. From 1997 to 2000, Madeleine was based in the Chicago office working with the North American Investment Manager Liaison group, managing a number of key fund manager relationships.
Prior to joining Northern Trust, Madeleine spent two years in Australia, where she worked for Bankers Trust Sydney. Before working in the investment industry, she was a high school teacher.
Madeleine received her B. Ed degree with honours in English from Westminster College Oxford and her Investment Management Certificate.
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