Old Mutual Wealth has announced the appointment of Leon Deist as its chief information officer as its upcoming split from Old Mutual approaches.
Lombard Odier Private Bank has made six appointments to its London office as it embarks on a drive to build its presence in the United Kingdom.
Jupiter Asset Management has appointed Alejandro Arevalo to build out its emerging market debt capabilities.
Standard Life Wealth has appointed Shona Sklaroff as head of business management and strategy.
Sanlam UK has announced a raft of new hires as it announces plans to integrate its private wealth and wealth planning businesses.
Standard Life Investments has hired Imran Ahmad from JPMorgan Asset Management to boost its emerging market debt capabilities.
Investec Wealth & Investment (IW&I) has appointed Louise Hall as the new head of its London office.
Lead manager of the Neptune US Income and the Neptune US Opportunities funds James Hackman is leaving the firm to pursue other opportunities.
Mark Lyttleton, former star manager of BlackRock UK Absolute Alpha, has been charged with three counts of insider dealing by the FCA.
Old Mutual group CEO Bruce Hemphill is to step down from his role as chairman of its Wealth division, ahead of its managed separation.
Principal Global Investors has appointed Tim Stumpff as their new CEO in Europe.
Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Group (SuMi TRUST), has hired Yukihiro Murota as managing director of Sumitomo Mitsui Trust International Limited (SMTIL).
James Hambro & Partners has hired US and global equity markets specialist William Francklin as a partner.
Fund manager Ryan Hughes has left Apollo Multi Asset Management to join AJ Bell as head of fund selection.
AXA Investment Managers has hired Jérôme Brochard and Hector Chan from Goldman Sachs as part of Pierre-Emmanuel Juillard’s new liquid absolute return team, named AXA IM Chorus.
Morningstar Europe, Middle East and Africa investment strategist Andy Brunner has announced his retirement from the company.
St James’s Place-owned Rowan Dartington has continued its hiring spree with the recruitment of two private client hires in Leeds and Ipswich.
Charteris Treasury Portfolio Managers has hired two new investment managers.
Deputy governor for markets and banking at the Bank of England, Minouche Shafik, is to leave the bank two years into a five year term for a position as head of the London School of Economics.
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