People Moves: Two depart GLG and Goldman Sachs for Schroders, changes at GKAM, Fleming F&P, Carmignac, Skagen

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GLG fixed income and Goldman Sachs European equities managers line up moves to Schroders, former Barclays Wealth directors to join Fleming family office, Carmignac announces Cvetanovski replacement, GKAM adds to advisory board, Skagen appoints for Amsterdam office.

GLG fixed income and Goldman Sachs European equities managers line up moves to Schroders, former Barclays Wealth directors to join Fleming family office, Carmignac announces Cvetanovski replacement, GKAM adds to advisory board, Skagen appoints for Amsterdam office.

Schroders

GLG Partners’ former fixed income manager Gareth Isaac will move to Schroder Investment Management in October 2011, while Nicholette MacDonald-Brown leaves Goldman Sachs after 11 years to take up a role with the firm on 15 August.

Isaac will manage high conviction mandates within the firm’s London multi-sector fixed income team.

It is not known whether a replacement has been sourced for the three funds he previously oversaw at GLG: the GLG Core Plus Sterling Bond fund, the GLG Total Return Bond and GLG Gilts funds.

MacDonald-Brown will become a fund manager for European equities at Schroders, reporting to head of European equities Rory Bateman. She previously invested for Goldman Sachs Investment Partners’ European portfolio. Earlier, she co-managed its European and international small cap portfolio. She was also lead manager for UK small caps. She began working at the firm in 2000.

Fleming Family & Partners

Two former Barclays Wealth directors are set to join UK family office Fleming Family & Partners, managing client relationships for its asset management business in London.

Scott Oliphant and David Zelouf, who both joined Barclays Wealth in 2009, will move to the multi-family office in November 2011.

Among their former roles, Oliphant and Zelouf worked at UBS’ wealth management arm during the same period. Oliphant earlier worked at Goldman Sachs, while Zelouf worked at swiss private bank Union Bancaire Privée. In 2007, Zelouf set up his own wealth management firm which he ran for two years.