Who moved where in another busy week in financial services...
Peter Dew has stepped down as chairman of wealth manager Ashcourt Rowan after just over a year in the role.
David Ingram, technical director at support services provider threesixty, has left the company to become an industry consultant.
Upmarket wealth manager Dewhurst Torevell has promoted chartered financial planner Phil Shaw to assistant director.
Schroders has appointed Gareth Isaac, previously manager of the GLG Core Plus Sterling Bond fund, GLG Total Return Bond and GLG Gilt funds, as senior portfolio manager within the London-based fixed income multi-sector team.
MGM Advantage, the retirement income specialist, has appointed David Gulland as chief risk officer. He joins in September.
Peter Taylor has been appointed as the new lay chairman of the Chartered Insurance Institute's Disciplinary Committee.
Iain Clark this week joined LV= as managing director of protection, as originally announced in January.
Paul McMahon this week took up his role as group marketing director at Aegon UK.
According to Cicero report
Adds 24 staff, three offices and £275m AUA
Launches Junior ISA and retirement accounts
Schroders tops 2019 list
24 companies wound up