Who moved where in another busy week in financial services?
Angela Knight is to step down as chief executive of the British Bankers' Association (BBA) this summer. Knight joined the BBA in April 2007 just before the run on Northern Rock and the credit crunch of that year.
Mortgage and high net worth specialist Enness Private Clients, has appointed Chris Whitney to head up its commercial arm. Whitney comes from property investment company St Vincents where he managed worldwide operations as well as establishing and managing a commercial debt-broking arm.
A J Bell has appointed John Cummings as a consultant within its Platinum SIPP and SSAS consultancy team. Cummings has more than 19 years' financial services experience. His previous posts include ten years as a consultant responsible for SIPP and SSAS at Rowanmoor.
Dentons Pension Management has hired Keith Gorbutt as technical manager.
Gorbutt joins Dentons with more than 14 years of experience in providing pensions technical support and working with IFAs across the UK.
He previously worked at James Hay and Norwich Union where he specialised in all technical issues regarding SIPPs, offshore bonds, ISAs and sophisticated investments suitable for wrap accounts.
Brewin Dolphin has taken on investment manager Jonathan Godfrey and assistant investment manager Charles Caton, both will work in its Bristol office.
Godfrey bring years of experience in the financial services industry and Caton formerly worked at Rathbones managing investment portfolios for individuals, charities, trusts and SIPPS.
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