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Who’s Moving Where In Wealth Management? – Hoxton Capital Management, S64, TIME

Editorial Staff 13 June 2024

Who’s Moving Where In Wealth Management? – Hoxton Capital Management, S64, TIME

The latest moves and appointments in wealth management in the UK, the rest of Europe, the Middle East and other select locations.

Hoxton Capital Management
International financial advisory firm Hoxton Capital Management has promoted Jacob Hall to the role of global director of advisory.

Hall (pictured) joined Dubai-based Hoxton in August 2021 as head of client services after more than 10 years’ working with other financial advisory firms elsewhere in the UAE. In his new role, he will be responsible for overseeing the growth of Hoxton’s international advisory business to the company’s client base in the UAE, US, UK, Australia and across Europe.

Hall’s promotion is also part of the firm's strategy to strengthen its advisory services, it said in a statement. 

“Jacob has shown exceptional leadership and dedication since joining Hoxton. His client-centric approach and strategic vision align perfectly with our firm’s mission and values. We are thrilled to see him step into this pivotal role and look forward to the continued growth and success of our advisory services under his leadership,” Chris Ball, CEO of Hoxton Capital Management, said.

S64, a global alternatives fintech and solutions partner to the wealth management industry, has appointed Marcus Glover as chief technology officer.

With over 25 years' experience in technology across wealth management, asset management and investment banking, the firm said that Glover has delivered transformational client-facing digital platforms for major financial institutions including Morgan Stanley, UBS, Deutsche Bank, and the Bank of Singapore.

Glover has extensive experience in software engineering and a deep understanding of wealth management technology. In his role as CTO, Glover will be responsible for shaping the future direction of S64's enterprise private markets technology platform.

"His vast experience and knowledge will drive digital innovation at S64 and ensure that we continue to deliver an exceptional client experience that is fully secure and embraces the latest fintech developments in this fast-moving space," Tarun Nagpal, founder and CEO of S64, said.

TIME Investments, a UK provider of tax-efficient investment solutions and asset-backed income-producing funds across real estate, infrastructure, renewable energy, and lending, has hired Billy Brown as head of internal sales.

Brown previously worked at Triple Point where he was responsible for the strategic accounts and the distribution strategy, building and delivering a pipeline of new business opportunities. He has nearly two decades of experience of working across the financial services market.

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