Head of multi asset David Millar is going to retire at the end of March 2023 after 10 years in the role at the investment firm.
From January 2023, Goergina Taylor will take over as head of the multi asset team and Clive Emery will become head of multi asset strategies.
The Swiss-headquartered wealth firm has made five senior appointments within its Americas team.
Lucas Rizzi has taken on on the role of chief technology office and joins from Itau Private Bank, where he was head of customer digital experience.
Greice Rabelo has been named as a senior relationship manager, she was previously at BNP Paribas, where she worked as head of private bank Belo Horizonte.
Antonio Monteiro also joined as a senior relationship manager from ASA Investments, where he was responsible for single and multi-family offices.
Laura Drummond and Kevin Liu have both become relationship managers, having previously worked at XP Investimentos and Messem Investimentos, respectively.
Investment banking boss Slawomir Krupa has been promoted to chief executive of the French banking group.
He will succeed Frederic Oudea, who is due to step down next year.
Krupa has been at the French bank since 1996 and in his current role since January 2021.
The cross-border product provider has named Therese Nash as interim chief financial officer.
She will also join the board on an interim basis for 12 months, as Nicole Coll steps down at the end of October 2022
Nash was STM’s chief financial officer between 2014 and 2021.
The UK-based wealth management firm has recruited Rob Deverell as chief operating officer.
He was previously at Rothschild Wealth Management, where he most recently served in a similar position.
The UK mutual insurer has promoted Adam Ruddle to chief investment officer.
He was previously a senior investment manager at the firm.
Amira Norris has become head of sales at the adviser platform.
Most recently, she was at Nucleus Financial, where she was head of account management.
The Natixis IM affiliate has hired Guillaume Abel as deputy chief executive, based in Paris.
He joined from Ostrum Asset Management, where he was head of business development.
Hampden & Co
The UK-based private bank has expanded its senior management with two hires.
Kevin Eagles and Alistair Macpherson join as banking directors based in London and Edinburgh, respectively.
Eagles was previously a private banker at Wetherbys Private Bank, while Macpherson joined from Homes England, where he served as a senor manager in the structured real estate finance team.
The Dubai-headquartered wealth firm has named Lloyd Simpson as partner.
He joins from advice firm Acuma, where he spent eight years as an executive wealth manager.