Who moved where in another busy week in financial services?
Nucleus has appointed John McNeil, formerly of medical retinal imaging company OPTOS, to the newly created role of managing director.
Signia Wealth has appointed Martin King, previously executive director at UBS Wealth Management, as managing director. He heads up the firm's newly- opened Birmingham office.
The firm has also appointed Chris Godding as its co-chief investment officer and managing director. He was previously chief investment officer at Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management International.
MGM Advantage has appointed Philippa Dickson as a non-executive director. Dickson joins from Diego Global Procurement.
MetLife has appointed Stephanie Baillie as employee benefits director. Baillie was previously head of group protection at Friends Life.
James Hay Partnership has appointed Rob Kemp as national accounts manager; Liz McGeary as business development manager for the North West; Nick White as business development manager for the Yorkshire and the North East; and Stephen Luckett as business development manager for the South East.
Dentons Pension Management has appointed Stephen McPhillips and Howard Garnett as business development managers, for the Midlands and Wales and the North and Scotland teams respectively.
Sesame Bankhall has appointed Rory Gravatt as senior research manager. He joins from Distribution Technology.
Partnership has appointed Mark Stopard as head of product development. He joins from Sun Life Financial of Canada.
Arbuthnot Banking Group has appointed James Fleming as chief executive of Arbuthnot Latham & Co. He joins from Coutts.
Suffolk Life has appointed Dominic Savage as director of property. Savage joins from NSL Ltd.
Henderson has appointed Jim Irvine as head of its fixed income business. He was previously head of its structured products and advisory unit.
This page will be updated throughout the week.
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