Deutsche Bank WM
Deutsche Bank Wealth Management has announced that Abhishek Sharma, Ravi Singh Sidhu and Kabir Sharma have joined the Dubai branch as directors. The trio will be responsible for non-resident Indian clients in Dubai, and will report to Amrit Singh, the bank's head of wealth management GSA, according to a report by Asian Private Banker.
The three new directors were all previously with Julius Baer, based in the bank's Dubai office. Prior to this, A. Sharma was a director at ABN AMRO Private Banking, while K. Sharma and Sidhu were vice presidents at Citi Bank.
AXA - Global Healthcare
AXA - Global Healthcare, has announced the appointment of Gordon Delaney as regional head of Europe, effective immediately. With 15 years' experience in the financial services market, Delaney will oversee AXA - Global Healthcare's newest distribution hub, based in Dublin.
He will be responsible for driving distribution throughout Europe, retaining and growing business in the region, as well as continuing to develop relationships with key partners.
Brown Shipley has hired former central banker David Scammell as fixed income & macro strategist, as it continues to add to its investment management team. Scammell joins from Santander Asset Management, where he spent five years as a senior fund manager.
Scammell had previously worked at Schroders for nine years as head of UK and European rates strategies.
Lombard Odier is bolstering its expertise on sustainable investments and has hired Christopher Kaminker and Ebba Lepage. Kaminker was appointed head of sustainable investment research and strategy at Lombard Odier Investment Managers (LOIM). In this new position, he will be in charge of the further expansion of the banks sustainability offering and research.Lepage was appointed head of corporate sustainability, tasked with developing Lombard Odier's agenda on sustainability.
JO Hambro Capital Management has recruited Alexandra Altinger as chief executive for the UK, Europe and Asia, a London-based role. She joins the £30bn group in September. >Altinger previously ran multifamily office Sandaire but has taken a career break for the past 18 months. She replaces Emilio Gonzalez, chief executive of Pendal Group, which is JOHCM's Australian-listed parent company. He had taken the role temporarily and returns to Sydney.Invesco
Invesco has recruited Mark Stockley to become head of institutional treasury, a new role at the $1.2trn investment manager. Stockley, who will be based in London, worked in investment management at Bedford Row Capital until early this year. This followed eight years at BlackRock.
Invesco has also recruited Ali Zouiten and Derek Steeden to become derivatives solutions development director and portfolio manager respectively. Both roles are based in London. Mr Zouiten worked at HSBC Asset Management while Mr Steeden joins from Legal & General Investment Management.
Ogier has promoted funds specialist Sophie Reguengo to partner in its Jersey investment fund team. She acts for a wide range of real estate and private equity managers and is an active member of Ogier's fund finance team. As partner, she will play a central role in Ogier's funds and regulatory offering.
Belasko has hired Paul Lawrence to the newly created role of chief executive officer to take the business forward. Lawrence has experience in building teams and delivering results at a strategic level, having previously been global head of Funds at Intertrust in London and, before that, group director at Elian Global.
Estera has appointed Damian Resnik as Client and Operations Director in its Bermuda office. In this role, Resnik will serve as a director for a portfolio of clients and assume responsibility for the management of service delivery, operational activities and organisational strategies.
Before joining Estera, Damian held positions of vice president of Fund Operations at a Bermuda Fund Administrator, chief compliance officer at a hedge fund manager, and ILS manager as well as head of Bermuda Investment Compliance at a global investment management company.