Here we list who has moved where in another busy week in the offshore sector.
Gartmore has appointed Nancy McNally to the newly-created role of senior vice president, business development for North America.
Based in Gartmore's Boston office, she will report to Jamie Macmillan, head of business development, North America.
McNally joins from Caly Finlay where she was principal, sales and consultant relations.
Fortis Investments has hired Wael Elkhouly as head of asset management in its Global Infrastructure fund.
Most recently a senior member of the infrastructure advisory group at Citigroup, Elkhouly previously spent over ten years with the investment banking arm of Bechtel.
The Bank of New York Mellon has appointed Julian Poodhun, Huw Rees and Kelly Wilson to its alternative investment and broker dealer global client management division.
Poodhun will be the lead client executive for the alternative investment sector. He previously spent nine years at Merrill Lynch.
Rees and Wilson join from the broker dealer client management division from Lehman Brothers. Rees is head of the client executive team for the investment banking sector in Europe while Wilson joins as a client executive for broker dealers.
Stenham has hired Andy Taylor as head of UK property. The investment management group has made a strategic decision to return to the UK commercial property market after concentrating its acquisition strategy abroad since early 2005.
To promote 'long-term investment'
Switching 'hard and expensive'
Smaller funds still packing a punch
To drive progress