Who moved where in another busy week in financial services? Here's our weekly round up.
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Tom Ormrod >> Legg Mason Global Asset Management
Tom Ormrod has joined Legg Mason Global Asset Management as business development director for the south of England.
Reporting to Adam Gent, head of UK sales, Ormrod will work with discretionary fund managers and advisers to continue raising awareness of the business's range of fixed income and equity products.
Phil Apel >> Henderson
Henderson has appointed Phil Apel as head of fixed income. He will be responsible for £18.3bn of global fixed income assets, and a team of about 60 people in the UK and US. He will report to Rob Gambi, chief investment officer, who will be joining Henderson early next year.
Apel joined Henderson in 2005 as head of interest rates. He is chairman of the Fixed Income Investment Strategy Group, Henderson's group of senior bond investors responsible for diversified fixed income portfolios such as Henderson Total Return Bond Fund and Henderson Absolute Return Bond Fund.
Tony Hobman >> Lincoln International
Ex-chief executive of The Pensions Regulator and latterly the Money Advice Service (MAS) Tony Hobman has been appointed as senior adviser at Lincoln International Pensions Advisory.
Hobman left the regulator in 2010 after five years to become chief executive of the Consumer Financial Education Body, leading its transformation into the MAS.
James Harrington >> Lowes Group
James Harrington is to join Lowes Group as a consultant, working closely with the structured products team and senior management, to help further drive the development of the group's structured product related initiatives.
Harrington was previously at Legal and General where he was head of structured solutions. Harrington also held the position of Chairman of the UK Structured Products Association (UKSPA) from 2010-2011 and subsequently represented UKSPA in its associate membership of the European Structured Products Association (EUSIPA) in Brussels. He retains active contact with all member firms.
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