Who moved where in another busy week in financial services?
Colman Moher has been appointed chief executive of Honister Capital, replacing Richard Pearson from April.
Tony Solway has been appointed as the new chairman of the Tax Incentivised Savings Association (TISA). Solway, who takes up the position from 1 July, has been a non-executive director on the TISA board since 2008.
Paradigm Group has appointed Noel Stubley to the newly created position of group finance director. He joins the group from Lloyds Bank, where he was a director of acquisitions, buyouts and refinances.
The Financial Services Consumer Panel has taken on three more members: Fiona Fry, a senior Partner in KPMG's Financial Services practice, Jonathan May, a member of the Competition Appeal Tribunal, and Niamh Moloney, Professor of Financial Markets Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Invesco Perpetual has appointed Simon Clinch as a US Equity fund manager within the Global Equity team. He will report directly to Simon Laing, head of US Equities.
Old Mutual Asset Management has appointed Olivier Lebleu as head of non-US distribution for its international business.
Cofunds has appointed Russ Thornton - previously chief technology officer at management consultancy McKinney Rogers - as chief technology officer.
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