The SJP subsidiary has named Robert Jukes as chief investment officer.
He joined Rowan Dartington in September 2019 from Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management as deputy chief investment officer
Jukes replaces John Betteridge who retired in July 2020.
HSBC Private Banking
The firm has made changes to its Asian operation.
Adam Lau has taken up a newly created position as regional head of markets solutions for Asia Pacific.
He was previously regional head of equities and structured products for Asia Pacific, and his responsibilities now include fixed income, currencies and commodities in the region.
Lau joined HSBC in 2018 from Natixis where he was head of greater China for equity solutions sales.
Meanwhile, Jeffrey Yap has been promoted to head investment services and product solutions (ISPS) for southeast Asia, moving from his current role of regional head of fixed income, currencies and commodities (FICC) for Asia Pacific.
Yap was appointed HSBC PB’s regional head of FICC, Asia Pacific in 2018, having joined the bank a year earlier from Pacific Alliance Group (PAG), where he was managing director.
He replaces Kenneth Yeo, who has left the bank, according to an HSBC PB spokeswoman.
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS)
The UK lifeboat service has appointed three non-executive directors to the FSCS board.
Baroness Nicky Morgan and Wendy Williams will join 1 September 2020, while Cathryn Riley takes on her role on 1 February 2021.
Morgan was the former chair of the treasury select committee and spent nine years as an MP.
She is now a member in the House of Lords.
Williams is HM inspector of constabulary and HM inspector of fire and rescue services, while Riley was previously Aviva’s chief operating officer.
The global structured investment specialist has promoted Terry Dixon to international sales director.
He will allocate his time between Idad’s head office in Hampshire and the UAE, and will continue to work with advisers in the Middle East and Asia, where he has headed the sales effort for the last four years.
Dixon will also develop new relationships worldwide and oversee the globally-based sales team.
He joined Idad in 2016.
The UK-based firm has appointed Christy Morrison as wealth management director, Zoltan Molnar as chartered wealth planner and Angela Wise as independent wealth planner.
The trio have worked as a team for over 15 years, joining from WH Ireland.
These hires come immediately after the recent recruitment of Jon Fisher as head of wealth and Jamie Barrington as senior paraplanner, who also joined the firm in June from Grant Thornton.
The Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI)
The professional body has named Christopher Jehan as president of the CISI Guernsey branch committee.
He takes over from Paul Garrard who has been on the CISI committee for 13 years and president for two years.
Jehan joined the CISI in 2000 becoming a chartered fellow in 2014.
He has over 25 years’ experience in the financial services industry, predominantly in the funds sector.