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SEI Taps Rodgers for Institutional Sales in Europe

SEI Investments has named Greg Rodgers director, institutional sales, for Continental Europe, based in London. The appointment marks the company’s continuing expansion in Europe. SEI recently opened offices in Germany and the Netherlands, and has offices in the U.K. and France. Rodgers will work with Bart Heenk, managing director for the Netherlands, and Stephan Romer, head of institutional business development for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. He will report to Patrick Disney, European head of institutional business development. Rodgers was previously director of institutional sales at SEI’s headquarters in Oaks, Penn.

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