People Moves

Who's Moving Where In Wealth Management? - IQ-EQ, Hawksford

Editorial Staff 21 January 2021

Who's Moving Where In Wealth Management? - IQ-EQ, Hawksford

The latest senior moves in wealth and asset management from across Europe and the UK.

Global services group IQ-EQ has promoted Frederique Meyer as deputy managing director of its Switzerland business.

Based in Zurich, Mayer joined the group’s private wealth division in 2014 as a director. Her role involved leading private wealth growth across IQ-EQ’s Geneva and Zurich offices and sitting on the group’s Swiss board.

She has spent two decades in the private wealth sector, including six years with Rothschild & Co and three years as partner of a multi-family office.

IQ-EQ employs around 3,000 globally across 23 jurisdictions and has assets under administration exceeding US$500 billion.

Hawksford, the corporate, private client and funds business, has named Richard Summerfield as chief people officer.

Summerfield has strategic and operational responsibility for Hawksford’s people mananagement and all related human resources activities for nearly 450 colleagues across Europe and Asia. His focus will be the integration of acquisitions, hybrid working, employee experience, recruitment, employee development, performance management as well as employee benefits and rewards. He was most recently chief people officer at Ocorian and a member of its executive board. He is a founding council member of the Jersey Good Business Charter and has held a number of business advisory positions throughout his career.

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