State Street has appointed Ian Martin head of Asia-Pacific in addition to his current responsibilities as head of Global Services in the region.
Martin, a 25-year State Street veteran, will continue to be based in Hong Kong and report to Andrew Erickson, head of Global Services worldwide.
HSBC Private Banking in Singapore has announced several key appointments for its investment services and product solutions (ISPS) team. This includes two newly created roles: chief market strategist, Southeast Asia (SEA) and head of global solutions group (GSG), SEA.
New additions to the ISPS team in Singapore include James Cheo, chief market strategist, SEA, HSBC Private Banking, Rowan Tan, head of global solutions group (GSG), SEA, ISPS, HSBC Private Banking and Ishan Sarkar, head of structured products, SEA, ISPS, HSBC Private Banking
Law firm Carey Olsen has made three senior promotions across its Jersey and London offices.
Claire Brazenall and Rebecca McQuillan from the Jersey corporate practice and Bryony Bird from the London corporate team have each been promoted to senior associate.
Ogier has announced that veteran Cayman funds specialist Barry McEwan has joined the law firm's Cayman Islands team as Counsel.
McEwan, whose practice spans all areas of corporate and commercial work with a focus on investment funds and private equity, is listed in Legal 500 as a ‘Next Generation Lawyer' for Investment Funds.
Arden Partners has hired ex-Brewin Dolphin managing director Henry Algeo as head of its new wealth management division, as the firm signals further hires to come.
Arden Wealth Management will offer discretionary portfolio management services, including ISAs, SIPPs, pensions and trusts, to high net worth clients and charities.
Artemis Investment Management has hired Antonia Stirling from Standard Life Aberdeen as co-head of stewardship.
Stirling will share the role with Inez Oliver, who joined Artemis in 2005, and will report to chief investment officer Peter Saacke.
Lumen Capital Investors continues to expand in Asia with the appointment of Michael Chin, Ex-head of Asset Management Singapore & SEA as vice Chairman.
The Singapore-based wealth manager recently hired Elsie Chua from EFG International to strengthen the operations team. She has been in the banking industry for over 20 years, having worked for EFG Bank, Banque Internationale a Luxembourg, Coutts, Bank of Singapore, UBS.
Crestbridge has announced that the former Director General of the Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC), John Harris, has joined the group.
After 12 years at the JFSC, Harris joined as non-executive Chairman of the Crestbridge Group from 1 January 2019. This newly created role reflects the significant success and growth of the Group, which now employs over 280 staff across its offices in Bahrain, the Cayman Islands, Jersey, London and Luxembourg.