Who moved where in another busy week in financial services...
The big move of the week saw Schroders - with the ink still wet on star manager Richard Buxton's resignation letter - appoint Philip Matthews from Jupiter and Alex Breese from Neptune. Matthews will run the Schroder UK Alpha Plus fund.
Elsewhere, Alliance Trust Savings created two new roles within its platform team. Sara Wilson, who joins from Standard Life, has been appointed head of platform proposition, while Graham Cassidy has been recruited as intermediary marketing manager.
Over at Barclays, Peter Horrell has been appointed interim chief executive of wealth and investment management as the bank continues 'Project Gamma' and the build out of its wealth platform.
Wealth adviser, Towry, has announced the appointment of its four existing regional wealth advice managers to national roles. Jon Bowes will be made head of client advice, Neil Homer head of client delivery, Andy Springall head of client development, while Rob Chandler has been made head of client acquisition.
Towergate Financial has appointed a four-strong team from HSBC to work in its London and South East operation. Brian Astridge, Tim Hawkins, Lee Bloomfield and Matt Goy will report to Kevin O'Farrell, managing director of TF London.
Mark Norris, a former chief operating officer (COO) at the Financial Services Authority, has been appointed to the new post of COO at the University of Greenwich. He will take up the post on 1 May.
Baring Asset Management has hired Paul Loss as head of operations, reporting to John Burns, chief operating officer.
The UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association has appointed Simon Howard as its new chief executive.
Jupiter Asset Management has appointed Damian Cocking as head of private clients & charities business development. He joins from Stenham Advisors.
McCurrach Financial Services has appointed Charles Evans as corporate partnerships director, joining from Barclays Wealth & Investment Management.
Global investment manager, Standard Life Investments has enhanced its multi-asset capability with the appointment of Jeremy Lawson as senior international economist.
Andrew Middleton, sales director, and Judith Warr, group finance director, have joined the board of directors of independent health and well being intermediary, The Private Health Partnership.
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