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BMO Global Asset Management Makes Senior Hires In Chicago, Las Vegas

Eliane Chavagnon Reporter 20 May 2013

BMO Global Asset Management  Makes Senior Hires In Chicago, Las Vegas

BMO Global Asset Management has hired Don Borschel as director of national accounts in Chicago, IL, while Jeff Cole rejoins the firm as a relationship coordinator for BMO Taft-Hartley Services in Las Vegas, NV.

Borschel will join the intermediary distribution team, responsible for distributing BMO Global Asset Management investment strategies and BMO Funds to the bank channel and various broker-dealer platforms.

Meanwhile, as part of the original team that established BMO’s Taft-Hartley Services business line in 2002, Cole rejoins as a relationship coordinator with over 25 years of experience in the financial services industry.  

Borschel will report to Mike Robinson, head of intermediary distribution, while Cole reports to Kristy Perez, managing director at BMO Taft-Hartley Services.

BMO Global Asset Management, part of BMO Financial Group, is a global investment manager with over $125 billion in assets under management (including discretionary and non-discretionary AuM), as at end-January 2013. 

BMO Taft-Hartley Services is part of BMO Global AM. It provides recordkeeping, custody, securities lending and other financial services for single and multi-employer benefit plans, as well as unions and other entities.




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