ADS Securities compliance head Jennifer Granholm leaves the firm for global law firm Clyde & Co.

After two and a half years at ADS Securities in Abu Dhabi as Senior Vice President, Compliance Manager and Money Laundering Reporting Officer, Jennifer Granholm has left the firm to join international law company Clyde & Co as Regulatory and Compliance Officer, based in the UAE. Ms. Granholm joined ADS Securities in March 2013, from […]

After two and a half years at ADS Securities in Abu Dhabi as Senior Vice President, Compliance Manager and Money Laundering Reporting Officer, Jennifer Granholm has left the firm to join international law company Clyde & Co as Regulatory and Compliance Officer, based in the UAE.

Ms. Granholm joined ADS Securities in March 2013, from Alpari US in New York, where she was Chief Compliance Officer and AML Compliance Officer, a position that she held for 2 years.

At Alpari US, Ms. Granholm was promoted to Chief Compliance Officer at the beginning of 2011, from her previous post as Senior Compliance Associate at the firm.

Joining Alpari US in 2009 in New York, Ms. Granholm had previously worked for Prudential Financial as a Compliance Associate, preceded by almost 2 years at GAIN Capital as Compliance Officer, having been appointed in August 2007.

A graduate of Kean University in Union City, New Jersey, Ms. Granholm holds an alma mater in Finance, Economics and Marketing, from which she graduated in 2007.

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