CITY MOVES | WHO’S SWITCHING JOBS
The systematic trading firm has hired Luca Rubinelli to head up its new fixed income trading arm.
Rubinelli joins from a family office, where he was a multi-asset portfolio manager on the proprietary trading desk. Prior to that, he was a director at Société Générale in the derivatives solutions group and also held senior roles in the fixed income division of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter and at Paribas and JP Morgan.
Scottish Widows Investment Partnership has appointed Jeremy Charles to its UK equities team as an investment director.
Charles has over 23 years of experience in the asset management sector and joins from Aviva UK Life, where he was most recently a senior portfolio manager.
Prior to that, he worked for Shell Pensions, Shell Trust Bermuda and Canada Life.
The wealth manager has appointed six new investment advisors.
George King and Irina Marty join as directors from AllianceBernstein and Fortis Bank respectively. Su Vohrah, Phil Attreed and Amin Hashemi become vice presidents, with Vohrah joining from UBS and Attreed and Hashemi moving internally at Barclays Wealth. Ben Meyer joins from Rothschild, where he was an equity research analyst for the private bank.
The business advisory firm has promoted Dominic Bolton to lead its corporate finance media and entertainment division.
Bolton, a partner at the firm, has worked on a broad range of media transactions including advising ITV on the sale of Carlton Screen Advertising to Digital Cinema Media and working for AudioGo and its investor group on their acquisition of an 85 per cent stake in BBC Audiobooks.