State Street appoints Head of Business in UK, Europe, Middle East, Africa
July 8, 2019

State Street Corporation has today announced that it has appointed Jörg Ambrosius as head of its UK, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) business. Ambrosius, an 18-year State Street veteran, will report to Francisco Aristeguieta, the newly appointed head of State Street's international business, it says.

Ambrosius will be responsible for all business activities in the region including driving strategy, stewarding client engagement, developing talent, overseeing risk management, pursuing growth opportunities as well as managing relationships with diverse stakeholders including local officials and regulators.

Ambrosius has more than 25 years' experience in the financial services industry. He was most recently co-head of State Street's Global Services business in EMEA and head of its global sovereign wealth servicing business. In these positions he was responsible for driving and executing business strategies, risk management processes and delivering a ‘one State Street' experience for clients.

He will succeed Liz Nolan who was named Head of State Street's Global Delivery team, managing global operations and infrastructure, earlier this year. Ambrosius will also serve on State Street's Management Committee, its most senior strategy and policy-making group. The appointment is subject to regulatory approval.





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State Street Corporation has today announced that it has appointed Jörg Ambrosius as head of its UK, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) business. Ambrosius, an 18-year State Street veteran, will report to Francisco Aristeguieta, the newly appointed head of State Street's international business, it says.

Ambrosius will be responsible for all business activities in the region including driving strategy, stewarding client engagement, developing talent, overseeing risk management, pursuing growth opportunities as well as managing relationships with diverse stakeholders including local officials and regulators.

Ambrosius has more than 25 years' experience in the financial services industry. He was most recently co-head of State Street's Global Services business in EMEA and head of its global sovereign wealth servicing business. In these positions he was responsible for driving and executing business strategies, risk management processes and delivering a ‘one State Street' experience for clients.

He will succeed Liz Nolan who was named Head of State Street's Global Delivery team, managing global operations and infrastructure, earlier this year. Ambrosius will also serve on State Street's Management Committee, its most senior strategy and policy-making group. The appointment is subject to regulatory approval.



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