<strong>Spencer-Churchill Miller Private</strong><br />The high net worth (HNW) wealth management boutique has hired Lady Emily Compton, the former social editor of Tatler magazine.<br /><br />Compton will be responsible for introducing HNW individuals to the business, as well as working alongside founders Alexander Spencer-Churchill and Gina Miller on a new business venture.<br /><br />She has also previously worked as a model and as an ambassador for Ferrari and Versace.<br /><strong>Redington<br /></strong>Jeremy Lee has been named a vice president in the consultancy firm&rsquo;s investment consulting team.<br /><br />Lee most recently worked for Swiss Re, where he was responsible for developing its longevity and risk-transfer products. <br /><br />He also has nearly a decade of previous experience advising clients on all aspects of pension risk management at Mercer and&nbsp; PricewaterhouseCoopers.<br /><br /><strong>Vertex <br /></strong>The business process outsourcing firm has appointed Paul Sweeny as its new chief executive.<br /><br />Sweeny joins from computing giant IBM, where he spent the past 16 years in a variety of senior executive roles, including managing several large outsourcing contracts for leading global financial services and utility firms.<br /><br /><strong>Religare Hichens Harrison<br /></strong>The financial services firm has appointed Robin Campbell as head of healthcare, Mark Thompson as head of environmental technology research and Gordon Strobeck as a director in its corporate broking team, responsible for deals in the natural resources space.