Pioneer Investments and RBC Wealth Management strengthen teams.
Pioneer Investments strengthens sales teams in Germany
Pioneer Investments has further strengthened its sales teams in Germany. Dr Stefan Tölg joins Pioneer Investments Germany as Head of Institutional Client Management & Solutions.
Dr Tölg has more than 15 years of management experience in asset management in the insurance and pension fund business. He joins from WAVE Management AG, an asset management specialist for institutional clients and the asset management arm of VHV Gruppe. Prior to that, he was Head of Fixed Income and Cash Management at ALTE LEIPZIGER Lebensversicherung AG. Earlier in his career, he was Head of Fixed Income at IBM Germany Pensionskasse VVaG.
Dr Tölg has a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Mannheim, Germany and a PhD from the University for Economics in Vienna, Austria.
Ronny Alsleben and Reinhold Dirschl have joined the Wholesale Team of Pioneer Investments as Sales Directors. Alsleben focuses on asset managers, selected banks and family offices while Dirschl’s focus lies on savings and cooperative banks.
RBC Wealth Management continues to expand private client team
RBC Wealth Management, part of Royal Bank of Canada has appointed Jeremy Parlons as a Director, to work with the banks ultra high net worth, family office and entrepreneur client base.
Parlons joins from Credit Suisse Private Bank, where he led a team working across multiple private and investment banking platforms to deliver both traditional services and bespoke solutions to sophisticated ultra high net worth clients.
Prior to this role, Parlons worked in Morgan Stanley’s wealth management arm as an investment adviser marketing products and services to high net worth individuals, family offices, investment trusts and intermediaries. He will be based in London.
Parlons is the latest addition to the rapidly expanding UK Private Client Wealth Management team, which most recently welcomed Paul Avant, Alex Charalambous and Alex Dean as Directors.
Two global vehicles
'Further plug advice gap'
Must appoint separate CEOs and boards
Advisers do come out well
Will report to Mark Till