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Jay Moore, CFA Senior Vice President, Investor Services


Jay Moore is the Global Head of Currency Administration at Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH).

Mr. Moore joined the firm in 2012 to lead BBH’s Product Development efforts for Foreign Exchange. Prior to joining the firm, he was the head of the Currency Management and Portfolio Solutions Strategy teams at State Street Global Markets. He has spent 15 years in the foreign exchange industry outside of the firm, including roles in operations, trading, research, sales, and product development.

Mr. Moore is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and his written work has been published in a number of prominent financial journals and periodicals. Mr. Moore holds a B.S in Finance from the University of Connecticut. He has also been awarded the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.

Market Commentary - 7 files

A Roadmap to Defining an Optimal FX program January 2019

Investment managers are faced with increased pressure to assess whether their foreign exchange programs deliver value to their stakeholders and achieve optimal performance. Unfortunately, many managers view trade execution to be the only factor ...

Foreign Exchange TCA: What You Need to Know December 2018

Transaction Cost Analysis has risen to the top of the foreign exchange agenda for an increasing number of global investment managers, as it should. Measuring the quality of FX execution, once an afterthought, is quickly becoming a requirement.

Five Questions on Hedging FX for Alternative Funds July 2018

Alternative funds have been a fast-growing segment of the asset management industry – in large part due to a search for attractive returns. While alternative funds may offer diversification benefits, they often come with practical complexities ...

ESMA Opinion Changes the Rules for UCITS Share Classes March 2017

Given the lack of a common legal and regulatory framework, EU countries are divided with respect to requirements for share classes of the same UCITS sub-fund. In response to the confusion, the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) ...