Here we list who has moved where in another busy week in the offshore sector.
RBC Wealth Management has hired Thomas Roiz to its Geneva office. As head of Latin America for RBC Suisse, he will be responsible for providing integrates wealth management services for high net worth clients in Latin America. Roiz has previously worked for Citibank and JP Morgan.
The company has also appointed Wasim Afzal as manager of structured notes and fixed income, advisory. Afzal will develop RBC Wealth Management's offering in the space for high net worth clients. He was formerly at RBC Capital Markets and previously at Lehman Brothers and Deutsche Bank.
BDO Stoy Hayward Investment Management has promoted Simon Davis from head of its strategic wealth management division to head of its private clients business.
Lombard Odier has hired Stéphane Monier as global head of fixed income and currencies to be based in Geneva. He joins from Fortis Investments in London before which he was based in the Middle East as global head of fixed income and currencies for the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority.
Julius Baer has poached Marion Williams from Threadneedle to bolster its London asset management team. Prior to Threadneedle, Williams was an internal consultant for Zurich Intermediary Group.
Legal & General Investment Management has appointed James Finch as head of financial institutions. He joins from Barclays Global Investors where he was head of liquidity sales (EMEA).
Clare Bryant, previously a fund manager at New Star Asset Management joins Mercer as a European equity researcher.
Gareth Anderson also joins Mercer from Schroder Investment Management to provide analytical support across a range of equity strategies.
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