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Jeffrey Dorigan Senior Vice President, Investor Services

Jeffrey Dorigan

Jeff Dorigan leads business development and sales in the Americas for the Alternative Fund Services business at Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH), which provides banking, administration, and technology services to real estate, private equity, alternative credit and hedge funds.

Mr. Dorigan joined BBH in 2018. Prior to joining the Firm, he worked at State Street Corporation, where he focused on delivering enterprise solutions to alternative fund managers.  Mr. Dorigan held numerous other roles at State Street, including positions at State Street Global Advisors and State Street Global Markets, and lead the company’s firm-wide global leadership development and rotational programs.  Prior to joining State Street, Mr. Dorigan worked in the technology and professional services sector, launching and managing two technology services businesses – one of which was named to Inc. Magazine’s 500 Fastest Growing Companies.

Outside the Firm, Mr. Dorigan serves as the board chair for Summer Search Boston, a nonprofit organization focused on helping predominately low-income and diverse high school students overcome educational opportunity gaps and graduate from college.

Mr. Dorigan graduated from Lake Forest College and received an MBA from UCLA’s Anderson School of Business.

Market Commentary - 5 files

Staying Connected: Talking TALF 2.0 April 2020

TALF, a market intervention program from the 2008 financial crisis to keep loans flowing to businesses, has been revived by the Fed. Time is of the essence and getting in early is key.

TALF 2.0: Opportunity Knocks but Only for a Short Time April 2020

TALF, a market intervention program deployed during the 2008 financial crisis to keep loans flowing to businesses, was recently revived by the Fed. Opportunity abounds for credit managers, but only for a limited time.

Infographic: Big Fish Growing the Alternatives Pond October 2019

For the world's largest institutional asset owners, even relatively small shifts in their asset allocation models have an outsized impact on the investment industry. Here’s a look at who makes up those asset owners.

Big Fish Growing the Alternatives Pond May 2019

For the world's largest institutional asset owners, even relatively small shifts in their asset allocation models have an outsized impact on the investment industry. Here, we look at key alternative asset classes and how large investors are ...