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Kim Newell Chabator

Global Head of Account Management, Securities Services at HSBC Asset Management


Bio: Kim Newell Chebator is executive vice president and head of the Global Clients Division in Asia Pacific and Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), focused on delivering cross-enterprise solutions and insights to the company's global and most complex clients.

Kim also serves as a member of several senior level State Street committees and is responsible for our client outreach committee, which ensures a consistent and overarching framework for the management of client communications.

Prior to her current role, Kim served as the chief administrative officer (CAO) for EMEA and was responsible for the regional governance and control framework initiatives that provide transversal strategic oversight for business unit and legal entity delivery.

Prior to her role as CAO, Kim led State Street's Global Markets division in EMEA, the investment research, trading and securities lending house of State Street. She joined State Street in 1994 as part of the Broker-Dealer business and was instrumental in building out our Transition Management business. Kim was also the Product Manager for our Portfolio Solutions Equity Trading and Broker-Dealer businesses. Before joining State Street Global Markets, she was a specialist clerk at the Boston Stock Exchange.

Kim is an ambassador for diversity and inclusion: she is an executive sponsor for our Race and Ethnicity Network and is an active ally for our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer Pride Network. She is also a member of our Leading Women Executive Forum. Kim helped establish State Street Global Markets' regular Women's Networking Events' and has mentored several women within the company in addition to participating in cross-industry programs such as the 30% Club and Mission INCLUDE. She has also been a prominent speaker at multiple high-profile industry, media and trade body events including City Week and the Bank of England's Markets Forum, covering topics such as culture and the role of management in overseeing risk, technology and conduct.

Kim holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Tulane University and spent a year at Oxford University.