In this position Piper will design, implement, and oversee investment programs for institutional clients, the announcement said.
Prior to joining Northern Trust, Piper was vice president, finance of Sprint Corporation, where he was responsible for all treasury-related activity including long-term financing, financial risk management, cash management, short-term borrowing/investing, bank and rating agency relationships, and the firm’s Pension Trust.
Prior to his 16 years at Sprint, Piper spent 11 years at The Pillsbury Company in various roles, including director of corporate investment analysis, international group controller, and director of planning for the International Foods division.
“Our institutional investment program managers serve as extensions of our clients’ staffs, and Dennis will bring a wealth of experience in corporate pensions and finance to bear in creating solutions for a variety of institutional clients,” said David J. Dykstra, executive vice president and practice leader, Investment Program Solutions for NTGA, in the announcement.
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