Zurich has named the chief executive of its newly amalgamated division and announced a senior departure. HSBC Private Bank’s US investment services and products solutions business has a new head, while Pimco has appointed a head of Hong Kong retail and a head of China.
Axa Asia has named a chief executive of Life & Savings and Distribution, while Legal & General have added to its investment and pension risk transfer businesses with two appointments. Aegon Asset Management has bolstered its American real estate advice business with three people moves.
Harvest Global Investments (HGI), part of Chinese giant Harvest Fund Management, plans to expand its operations in Europe and worldwide through the appointment Ashley Dale as its chief business development officer and chief marketing officer.
Orbis Access hires Old Mutual International’s Marcel Bradshaw to head up its UK retail division, while the Ascentric platform appoints Simon Gully to a newly appointed role. LGIM lures its new head of head of DC solutions from JPM Asset Management, while ex-Baring chief investment officer Ken Lambden is hired as part of a senior management shake-up.
BNP Paribas Investment Partners has lured its new global head of sales from Deutsche Asset Management, while Maseco has selected a former Barclays man as its chief operating officer. Fidelity International has named a BlackRock veteran as its global head of consultant relations.
Marcel Bradshaw, sales director for Old Mutual International (OMI), who led the company’s drive to expand its core markets in Hong Kong, Singapore, Latin America, South Africa and the Middle East, has resigned.
Aviva Investors has added four senior people to its client solutions team, while Manulife has named its new chief operating officer. Aegon’s chief financial officer is to depart, with Axa Investment Managers boosting its management team.
The head of marketing and a director of international life company RL360°, Natalie Hall, has decided to leave the firm where she has spent 19 “very happy” years.
Axa Investment Managers has named a global head of product, retail and institutional development, while Old Mutual Global Investors has created a country head position in Italy. Following a battle with cancer, Standard Life’s head of adviser engagement has died.
Schroders has created a global head of strategy role, while Royal London has appointed a managing director of its Ireland business. Fidelity International is bidding adieu to a veteran portfolio manager, with Indosuez naming a new chief executive.
Axa Asia has appointed a regional chief risk officer, while Chinese wealth manager Noah has made changes to its senior executive team. A fund manager is to depart Schroders, with Legg Mason bolstering its international product team in Australia.
Changes abound in Singapore with Old Mutual Global Investors creating a new managing director role, Eastspring Investments naming a new chief executive, and HSBC Bank appointing a head of retail banking and wealth management.
Zurich names a new head for its global divison in Hong Kong, while Switzerland's EFG appoints a chief executive in Singapore. The Guernsey regulator hires a new lawyer to its decision’s panel, and BMO expands its European sales team.
The UK regulator has pulled out the big guns and appointed a former FBI man to head up its retail and regulatory investigations. Deutsche Bank has appointed co-heads of wealth management for Germany and Old Mutual International has named an operations director for the Isle of Man.
Old Mutual Global Investors has created a new head of China business role, while Newton Investment Management is bidding farewell to its veteran chief executive and Rathbones has appointed a new head of equity research.
Schroders has appointed a head of investment trusts for its UK intermediary business, while three non-executive directors at Old Mutual Wealth are to step down. Royal London Asset Management has added four to its global high yield team.
Jack Howell, the former chief executive of Asia for Italian insurer Generali, is to join his former boss Mario Greco at Zurich as chief executive of Asia Pacific.
Old Mutual Global Investors has replaced its China-focused fund manager who stepped down last month, while BNP Paribas Investment Partners has named a new advice head for Australia and New Zealand. First Names Group has filled its vacant chief executive role.
The UK Treasury is on the hunt for a director general to help navigate the post-Brexit landscape, Axa Investment Managers has added to its UK equities desk, while Brooks Macdonald has strengthened its Channel Islands team.
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