Who has moved where so far this week?
Schroders has appointed Ian Maybury to the newly-created role of head of solutions management. His team is part of the Schroders £32.9bn multi-asset and portfolio solutions business lead by Nico Marais. Maybury will join in April from Redington where he was co-head of asset liability management and investment strategy.
Ashcourt Rowan has appointed former Skandia Investment Management founder and chair Jim Roberts to the board as a non-executive director, with immediate effect.
Ascentric has appointed HSBC's Mike Morrow as sales and marketing director. He joins in March.
Wealth manager Heartwood has appointed Gerard Quirke, formerly deputy CEO and COO of Hermes Investment Management, as a non-executive director to its board.
Threadneedle Investments has appointed Iain Richards as head of governance and responsible investment. He joins next month from Aviva Investors.
Sesame Bankhall Group has appointed James Stevenson as its head of adviser technology. He arrives from Avelo, where he was head of financial planning and wealth management.
Kames Capital has appointed Debbie King (from Intergen) Garvin Peoples (from PwC) and Paul Dilworth (from Kames' performance measurement team) to its fixed income team.
Martin Reynolds has taken up the newly created role of chief executive of SimplyBiz Mortgages.
Exaxe has appointed Collette Kelly as its new chief operations officer. Kelly joins from Fineos Corporation.
Baillie Gifford will appoint five new partners from 1 May 2012: Larysa Bemko, Tim Campbell, Angus Franklin, Kave Sigaroudinia and Tom Slater.
SimplyBiz has appointed Martin Reynolds as its new chief executive for mortgages.
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