Our Trading Offices
Approximately 200 people worldwide dedicated to Securities Lending
We actively lend in 51 equity and fixed income markets worldwide. We continually review and expand into additional markets to benefit our clients.
Sunil Daswani is a Senior Vice President and is responsible for the relationship management team for all of Northern Trust's global clients (ex North America) who participate in Securities lending. He also leads the sales efforts for any new clients interested in Northern Trust's Securities Lending capabilities and may be interested in participating in our lending programme.
Sunil previously acted as Director and Regional Manager for Securities Lending, Asia for Northern Trust Global Investments based in Hong Kong. There he was responsible for addressing and evaluating securities lending initiatives for lenders and borrowers where Northern Trust acted as an agent lender. Sunil additionally focused on building the supply of Asian assets for Northern Trust global securities lending program ensuring that the due diligence was carried out when lending its clients assets in each jurisdiction. Sunil was also the Chairman of the Pan Asia Securities Lending Association (PASLA), from 2005 through 2008.
Prior to this position, Sunil was a Global Custody product manager at Citigroup.
Sunil holds a BSc. (Economics) in Accounting & Finance from the London School of Economics (1993).
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