People Moves: Societe Generale, Franklin Templeton, Deutsche Bank WM
Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking (SG CIB) has appointed head of sales for global markets, among others. These appointments will be effective from 1 January.
Yann Garnier is promoted to head of Sales for Global Markets. Garnier will report to Frank Drouet, head of Global Markets.
Jerome Niddam is appointed head of Global Markets for Asia Pacific. Based in Hong-Kong, Jerome will replace Yann Garnier in this role and will report to Hikaru Ogata, chief executive officer for Societe Generale in Asia Pacific, and to Frank Drouet. This appointment is submitted to the local regulator for validation.
Albert Loo is named deputy Head of Sales for Global Markets with a focus on digital & innovation. Based in Paris, he will report to Yann Garnier.
Garnier and Loo benefit from a strong experience in financial markets and in the sales area in particular as they have headed several sales team over the past few years.
Franklin Templeton Investments
Franklin Templeton Investments has promoted Mats Eltoft to head of Distribution, Nordic region effective 1 December.
In his new role, Eltoft (pictured left) will oversee the company’s sales and marketing efforts in the Nordic region, across both retail and institutional channels, and he will report to Reinhard Berben, senior director, Central Europe and Nordic region.
He joined Franklin Templeton in Stockholm as a sales director in April 2015, responsible for developing the institutional segment, including pension funds, endowments and consultants throughout the Nordic region.
Prior to joining Franklin Templeton, Eltoft worked at Aberdeen Asset Management, where, for four years, he was a senior business development manager covering the Swedish institutional market.
Previously, he spent two years at Bank Sarasin AG in Stockholm as a vice president covering the Nordics and focusing primarily on institutional investors. Prior to this, he was an investment consultant at Mercer, Sweden, for three years.
Deutsche Bank Wealth Management
Deutsche Bank Wealth Management has appointed former co-head of Wealth Management Germany at Berenberg Private Bank, Oliver Holtz. He will report to the co-director Wealth Management Germany.
Holtz will take over the management of Deutsche Bank’s central UHNWI division Wealth Management Germany from 2018 onwards. He succeeds Uwe Bork and will play an important coordinating all units of importance for the UHNWI segment.
He will further intensify and expand cooperation between the regions and all product, service and coverage units relevant for the growth of the UHNWI segment.