Name: Carol Clark To: Newton Investment Management From: Aegon Investment Management Carol Clark ...
Name: Carol Clark
To: Newton Investment Management
From: Aegon Investment Management
Carol Clark has joined the Private Investment Management division of Newton Investment Management as a fund manager. Based in Newton's Edinburgh office, Clark, who joins from Aegon Asset Management UK, will provide investment advice to private clients, charities and trusts.
Name: Craig Tunstall
To: Standard Life International
From: Standard Life International
Standard Life International has a new head, with the appointment of Craig Tunstall to chief executive. Tunstall will take over from Murray Drummond, who led the set-up of Standard Life International two years ago. Tunstall has returned to Dublin from his current role as business development director of Standard Life's German business.
Name: Justin Jordon
To: Credit SuisseFrom: Close Investments
Justin Jordon, former manager of the £5.5m Close Special Situations fund, is now director and portfolio manager for the Credit Suisse UK equity team. Jordon will report to Crispin Finn, co-head of UK equities, and take on Finn's current responsibilities for managing institutional small cap mandates, allowing Crispin to concentrate on managing mid and large cap mandates.
Name: Brian Chaplain and Les Lamb
To: Isle of Man Assurance
From: Skandia Group
Isle of Man Assurance has appointed two consultants, Brian Chaplain and Les Lamb, for the marketing of its inheritance tax product in the UK. Chaplain and Lamb will work with advisers in the Midlands and North East respectively.
Name: David Coombs
To: Rathbone Investment Management
From: Barings Asset Management
David Coombs has joined Rathbones, focusing on absolute return and optimised risk funds, along with multi-asset portfolios for private clients. Coombs, who was head of multi-manager assets and the manager of the Baring range of multi-manager funds, will also be suppor-ting the management of risk-adjusted funds for Rathbones' Jersey-based offshore investment management operations.
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