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Thomas Haimelin Senior Vice President, Investor Services


Tom Haimelin is the Global Head of FX Product Development at Brown Brothers Harriman. His primary responsibilities include leading the strategy, development and distribution efforts around the foreign exchange product suite.

Tom joined BBH in 2006 as a member of the FX Analytics Team.  He has also held roles in Sales and Trading in the firm's New York office and in 2010 co-founded BBH's FX Sales and Relationship Management Desk in Hong Kong.  Since returning to the US in 2012, Tom has helped drive the development of BBH's eTrading infrastructure, agency trading capabilities and automated security funding product before moving into his current role overseeing Product Development in 2014.

Tom holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Northeastern University.

Market Commentary - 4 files

Operational FX Has Never Been More Strategic July 2015

Whether it be the evolving regulatory environment, or the introduction of new electronic trading platforms and algorithmic trading strategies, the foreign exchange market is more complex than ever. Add to this an evolution in the FX vendor space ...

Foreign Exchange TCA: What You Need to Know May 2015

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. ...

CNH: Creating Choice for Offshore Investment into China January 2014

Changes in regulations by the Chinese authorities have led to the development of a deliverable offshore renminbi currency market, commonly referred to as “CNH”. This paper explores CNH and CNH denominated assets as a vehicle for creating ...

A Roadmap to Defining an Optimal FX program July 2013

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 ...