Here we list who has moved where in another busy week in the offshore sector.
Channel Island-based Trust Corporation, has hired Andréa Taylor and Mark Coffell to its management team.
Both individuals have worked for leading multi-national organisations in Guernsey. The niche independent firm provides offshore planning and management services to private families and corporates.
VAM Funds has appointed Nigel Watson to the newly-created role of director of sales. He will grow the business across international markets, primarily distribution in the Middle and Far East.
Watson was formerly sales and marketing director for the Middle East's largest IFA network, Nexus Insurance Brokers.
RBC Wealth Management has recruited Santiago Cedron and Patricio Demaria to its Geneva office. They will be joining the team responsible for providing wealth management services for High Net Worth clients in Latin America and will be focusing on individuals and families in Mexico and Argentina respectively.
Cedron has over 20 years' private banking experience, gained at UBS and JPMorgan, while Demaria has nine years' private banking experience at JPMorgan and Citigroup.
A part of Fairbairn Private Bank's ongoing growth, Nigel Hawkins has been appointed as senior private banker, increasing the private banking team at the bank's new office in London. Hawkins was most recently vice president for Bank of Montreal Private Bank in Canada, having previously worked at Coutts and Co and HSBC Bank.
Ashburton has promoted Alan Le Maistre to assistant investment manager within the Ashburton European Equity team. Le Maistre joined the firm in 2007 as a trainee investment manager, fresh from university.
BNP Paribas Investment Partners has hired Charlotte Dennery as CEO of FundQuest and Michel Anastassiades as executive chairman of FFTW. Both will report to Philippe Marchessaux, head of BNP Paribas Investment Partners.
Dennery will be responsible for consolidating the leadership of multi-management specialist arm, FundQuest, across the globe. Most recently head of finance, development, strategy and asset management at BNP Paribas Insurance, she is also chairman of Cardif Asset Management.
Based in New York, Anastassiades will help develop FFTW. He was latterly CEO of FundQuest and has driven the acquisition of UK multimanager, IMS. Former global head of project finance at Calyon, Anastassiades has held various key positions within Credit Lyonnais, which he joined in 1977.
Chuo Mitsui Trust International, (CMTI) has appointed Sophia Anderson as a London-based manager focused on international sales of its asset management services.
Anderson will work with Christopher Renwick and Daisuke Ishihara to support and develop investment solutions for Chuo Mitsui's clients in the UK, Europe and the Middle East. Prior to Mizuho International, Anderson worked for Deutsche Bank in Tokyo and Macquarie Capital Securities.
Mick Moloney has been appointed global head of Mercer's Financial Strategy Group (FSG). He has relocated to New York from Dublin where he led the European group since its inception in 2007.
In addition to his new global leadership responsibility, he will head up the US FSG leadership team. Moloney succeeds worldwide partner Bob Moreen.
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