The global provider of advice technology has appointed Will Drew as chief operations officer for Europe.
Prior to joining Ignition, Drew was head of account management for Bravura Solutions.
The banking group has named Saurabh Jain as its head of wealth management in India.
Jain will take over from Samrat Khosla, who is moving to a new role within the bank.
He joined Standard Chartered Securities (India) as its chief executive in October 2019 and later went on to be the head of deposit products and client acquisition with Standard Chartered Bank, India.
The investment manager has expanded its executive committee with the appointment of Jana Sivananthan as chief risk officer.
Sivananthan joins 7IM from Brooks Macdonald, where he was head of group risk for around four years.
David Wong has been named as managing director, chief risk officer at the independent asset manager.
He was formerly managing director and regional head of internal audit for Asia Pacific at Blackrock, where he oversaw the firm’s internal auditing at both global and regional levels.
Indosuez Wealth Management
The wealth firm has hired Dr Alexandra Skreta as head of key clients and family offices at its Zurich Branch.
Skreta is currently a board member at P4 Wealth Management, according to her Linkedin profile.
The investment and technology specialist has expanded its offering for the UK wealth market with two senior hires to its global assets team.
Tara Gillespie has returned to Redington as head of global assets and Laura Bampfylde has joined as director.
Gillespie joined Redington from Artemis Investment Management, where she was an institutional director.
Bampfylde joined Redington from JP Morgan Private Bank, where she served as vice president for international funds product management.
The asset manager has named Ivo Frielink as head of strategic product and business development and member of its executive committee.
Frielink is currently regional business manager Apac at Robeco Hong Kong.
The insurance, investment and retirement specialist has appointed Suzy Neubert and Natalie Ceeney as independent non-executive directors.
Subject to regulatory approval, they will join the board on 1 March and replace David Barral, Alison Hutchinson and Luke Savage, who confirmed their intention to step down earlier this year.
Ceeney was chief executive of the Financial Ombudsman Service between 2010 and 2013.
Neubert is currently senior independent director of Witan Investment Trust, a non-executive director of Jupiter Fund Management and pensions firm ISIO.