Lynch named Global Head of Products at EquiLend
February 1, 2019

Paul Lynch has been appointed Global Head of Products at EquiLend. Previously, Lynch was a strategic advisor to the EquiLend management team. He has more than 30 years of experience in the securities finance industry, including previous management roles at eSecLending and State Street.

EquiLend's former Business Development & Product Management division has been realigned. Lynch now heads the Product Development division. Dan Dougherty, previously Global Co-Head of Business Development & Product Management, now heads the Business Development division.

James Lailey has been appointed Head of EquiLend's North American Client Relationship Management team, reporting to Dougherty. Previously, Lailey focused on DataLend Portfolio sales to beneficial owner clients, which he will continue in his expanded role. Lailey formerly held senior roles at Deutsche Bank and CIBC World Markets in a career in securities lending spanning more than 30 years.

Trish Barry, who joined EquiLend in 2018 from Morgan Stanley, where she was Global Head of Stock Loan IT, has taken on an expanded role to manage the clearing, middle office and post-trade services business analyst teams. Barry reports to Lynch.





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Paul Lynch has been appointed Global Head of Products at EquiLend. Previously, Lynch was a strategic advisor to the EquiLend management team. He has more than 30 years of experience in the securities finance industry, including previous management roles at eSecLending and State Street.

EquiLend's former Business Development & Product Management division has been realigned. Lynch now heads the Product Development division. Dan Dougherty, previously Global Co-Head of Business Development & Product Management, now heads the Business Development division.

James Lailey has been appointed Head of EquiLend's North American Client Relationship Management team, reporting to Dougherty. Previously, Lailey focused on DataLend Portfolio sales to beneficial owner clients, which he will continue in his expanded role. Lailey formerly held senior roles at Deutsche Bank and CIBC World Markets in a career in securities lending spanning more than 30 years.

Trish Barry, who joined EquiLend in 2018 from Morgan Stanley, where she was Global Head of Stock Loan IT, has taken on an expanded role to manage the clearing, middle office and post-trade services business analyst teams. Barry reports to Lynch.



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