City Moves for 7 August 2013 | Who’s switching jobs
7 August 2013 1:31am
Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management
The investment organization has announced the appointment of Jonathan Kent as head of financial intermediaries distribution for the UK and Ireland. He most recently worked in the Bank’s institutional client group – part of its corporate banking and securities division. Prior to that, he held various roles at JP Morgan, Robert Fleming, and Dresdner Kleinwort Benson Private Bank.
The macro manager has hired Adam Glinsman as managing partner. Glinsman has over 25 years’ experience in the investment and capital markets industries. He was formerly chief operating officer and partner at Lansdowne Partners.
BNY Mellon Investment Management
The investment management and services company has recruited Adrian Gordon as head of distribution for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Gordon joins from Perpetual, where he was European head. Prior to that, he held a number of senior roles at Mercer’s, Barclays Global Investors, and Oppenheimer Funds.
Guillaume Fleuti has joined the bank’s commercial banking division as head of infrastructure and energy. He previously worked in the bank’s corporate debt capital markets team.
John Foley has been appointed group investment director at the financial services company. He joined Prudential as deputy group treasurer in 2000, before being appointed managing director for Prudential Capital in 2001. Prior to joining, Foley was general manager for global capital markets at National Australia Bank.
Ropes & Gray
The law firm has recruited Michelle Moran as a partner in its investment management practice. Moran has extensive regulatory experience, and was most recently at Dechert, where she was a financial services and investment management partner. Prior to that, she was head of legal for the UK and Ireland at Invesco.
Manish Dugar has joined the mobile-first technology company as vice president for finance and legal. He was previously group chief financial officer at RPG Enterprises. Prior to that, Dugar held senior roles at Wipro Technologies.
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