Fairbairn Private Bank and Lombard International make new appointments.
New managers for Fairbairn Private Bank
Fairbairn Private Bank has created two new senior management roles to oversee its client-focused staff. Jon Evans has been appointed head of business development and Cameron Walker will head up the relationship management teams.
Evans has over 23 years’ experience in the private banking sector working in Hong Kong, Jersey and the Isle of Man. Having joined Fairbairn Private Bank in the Isle of Man eight years ago, he now assumes responsibility for the bank’s business development strategy and promoting its banking and investment services.
Walker joined Fairbairn Private Bank in Jersey nearly 10 years ago and in his new role will be responsible for the management of the relationship management teams across the bank’s office locations. His focus will be on developing client relationships and managing their long term financial goals, ensuring high levels of service and financial advice are delivered for both direct clients and professional advisers.
Changes at the top for Lombard Interternational
Lombard International Assurance, the Luxembourg-based wealth management business of Friends Life, has announced a new senior management line up. John Stone, Chairman of Lombard, retires mid-February and Norbert Becker, currently a non-executive director of Lombard, will take over his position as Chairman.
Lombard’s Chief Executive David Steinegger resigns in May and will be replaced by Matt Moran who has been CFO of Lombard since December 2009. Norbert Becker, a non-executive director of Lombard since July 2009, will work with the new CEO.
Sir Malcolm Williamson, Chairman of Friends Life Group, said of Moran and Becker, “Together they will continue to drive Lombard's growth strategy through the tough markets of today and to a successful long term future. I am delighted they have accepted these roles."
Lombard is headquartered in Luxembourg employing more than 400 staff. Its last annual results showed total funds under management were just under €20bn.
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