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Northern Trust’s Van Praagh Takes on Operations Outsourcing Role

Following her move from Barings Asset Management (BAM) to Northern Trust at the start of this year, Terri Van Praagh has taken on a new role as senior vice president and head of investment operations outsourcing for the EMEA region. Prior to this role and since January, Van Praagh has been senior vice president and head of market operations for the global custodian.

During her time at BAM, she was director and head of market activities for nearly 13 years, as well as acting as chair and then vice chair of industry association ISITC Europe during nine of those years. Prior to BAM, she was trade support manager at Lehman Brothers for eight years and before that on the FX desk at Standard Chartered Bank for five years.

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