Financial services professional James Glover possesses a long history of managing successful teams in both the front and back offices of firms. As the Managing Director of Middle and Back Office Support for RBS Greenwich Capital Inc., recently rebranded as RBS Securities Inc., James Glover managed a staff of 80 professionals across various locations. With a diverse background in technology, operations, regulatory reporting, funding, market risk, and many other important elements of the financial services industry, James Glover performed as a key contributor to RBS Greenwich Capital throughout his 20 years with the firm. James Glover’s key accomplishments at RBS Greenwich Capital included the development of all of the firm’s fixed income, derivative, and equity front-office feeds to back-office bookkeeping systems; the creation of a liquidity management process that was instituted firm-wide; and the conversion of RBS Greenwich Capital systems to Calypso for settlements and Anvil for repossession processing. James Glover also demonstrated considerable skill at saving RBS Greenwich Capital money: his renegotiation of the firm’s clearing and futures agreements saved RBS Greenwich Capital over $2 million per year.
James Glover's financial expertise encompasses a wide array of product types, including equities, U.S. Treasury securities, agency debentures, agency pass-through securities, mortgage-backed securities, convertible bonds, residential loans, and commercial loans. James Glover’s operational acumen is equally impressive, and it encompasses project management, repossession, and liquidity management, as well as firm funding and reporting.
Prior to joining RBS Greenwich Capital, James Glover served as the Senior Vice President of Accounting and Budgeting at Drexel Burnham Lambert, where he supported the Government, Mortgage, and International Equity Desks. A graduate of Franklin & Marshall College, where he received a B.A. in Management and Accounting and played Division III basketball, James Glover earned his M.B.A. from New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business, where he specialized in Finance.