SEI names Greg Rodgers director, institutional sales, continental Europe

Source: SEI Investments

SEI Investments, a leading provider of investment and technology solutions, has today announced the appointment of Greg Rodgers as Director, Institutional Sales, for Continental Europe.

Greg's appointment is the latest in a line of European appointments at SEI to support its European expansion. SEI has recently opened offices in Germany and the Netherlands, adding to its existing presence in the UK and France, providing localised solutions to pension funds and insurance companies.

Greg will work alongside Bart Heenk, Managing Director for the Netherlands, and Stephan Romer, Head of Institutional Business Development for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Greg will focus on developing SEI's business in these regions, targeting pension funds and insurance companies. He will report to Patrick Disney, European Head of Institutional Business Development and will be based in SEI's London office.

Commenting on the appointment, Patrick Disney, said: "Greg's appointment is a further example of our plans to expand into Europe and follows several senior appointments include Bart Heenk in the Netherlands and Stephan Romer in Germany. We believe that Germany, Switzerland, Austria and the Benelux and Nordic regions will offer a fertile area for us as increasing numbers of institutional investors recognise the advantages of our approach. Greg's extensive knowledge of SEI and his considerable experience and success in demonstrating the benefits of our proposition to US institutional investors will serve to strengthen the team at a time when we are seeing more demand for our offering. We look forward to welcoming Greg on board and to continued success in the region."

Greg has been an employee of SEI for 10 years and has held various roles in the organisation. Most recently he was Director, Institutional Sales, at SEI's Head Office in Oaks, Pennsylvania. There he was responsible for the development of new business in the corporate, insurance and hospital markets with retirement plans ranging from $10m to $300m in size.

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