London
20 June 2016
Reporter: Stephanie Palmer

New global head for Euroclear’s FundsPlace


Katrina Sartorius has moved to the role of global head of FundsPlace, Euroclear’s global infrastructure for funds.

Previously, Sartorius was head of product management for Euroclear in the UK and Ireland, Euroclear’s UK central securities depository. She is also a member of the Euroclear UK and Ireland executive management committee.

Sartorius joined Euroclear in 2000 from Bank of England where she was a business analyst for the euro and for cash management systems.

In her new role, she will report to Stephan Pouyat, global head of capital markets and funds services.

The Euroclear FundsPlace seeks to connect wealth managers, institutional investors, transfer agents, custodians and fund managers, providing better transparency, control and efficiency in the entire funds lifecycle.

Participants from all areas of the industry can access the environment securely and in an automated way.

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