The Gibraltar-headquartered financial services group has hired Tyron Skipper as global head of business development, to expand its partnerships and alliances.
He joins from London-based consultancy firm Witehira, where she spent the last year as managing director.
The wealth manager has made a trio of senior hires.
Andrew Bennie and Rachael Marsden have become heads of investment management for Manchester and Leeds, respectively. Bennie has been at the company for 13 years, while Marsden joined in 2019.
Additionally, Leanne Barnham will join the business as global head of marketing from Ninety One, where she was head of UK marketing.
LGT Wealth Management
Elliot O’Brien has been promoted to head of business transformation at LGT’s wealth management arm.
He joined the company in 2017 from HSBC Private Bank and was most recently a partner.
Deutsche Bank International Private Bank
The international private banking division of the German banking giant has hired two Asia market heads.
Kevin King and Stella Lau will join as managing director and market heads of north Asia wealth management and will be based in Hong Kong and Singapore, respectively.
King will take on his role in March after he leaves BNP Paribas where he has been head of China; while Lau will join in April from Credit Suisse where she was market leader for China.
Sun Life International
The global insurer has promoted Kate Subak to vice president and chief operating officer.
Most recently, she was at Sun Life Canada, where she led business growth and client experience initiatives.
Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management
Lee McDowell has taken on the position of head of intermediaries, business development at the wealth manager.
He was at Psigma Investment Management for over 12 years, most recently as head of business development.
Private banker Shahid Qazi has left Credit Suisse to join Standard Chartered as executive director in Singapore.
He most recently served as vice president at Credit Suisse, after being with the company for nearly seven years.
The UK-based law firm has strengthened its private wealth offering with a senior hire.
Tom Gauterin has taken on the role of director and will advise on all aspects of personal tax, including inheritance tax, capital gains tax, income tax and stamp duty land tax.
He was previously at Smith & Williamson, now Evelyn Partners, where he served as a director of private client tax services for nearly three years.
The chief executive of the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA), Ian Johnston, has been appointed as vice chair of the Africa and Middle East Regional Committee (Amerc) and as a board member of the International Organisation of Securities Commission (Iosco).
He previously served as chair of the joint forum comprising members of Iosco, the Basel Committee and the International Association of Insurance Supervisors.