The latest moves in wealth management across the UK, Europe, Middle East and Africa.
OppenheimerFunds, a global asset manager, has appointed Patrik Silfverling as head of the Nordics and Benelux.
In his new role, Silfverling will be responsible for growing the firm's sales and distribution footprint with institutional and high net worth clients in the Nordic and Benelux regions.
Silfverling will be based in Stockholm, and will report to Doug Stewart, head of Europe, Middle East and Africa for OppenheimerFunds.
He joins OppenheimerFunds from Franklin Templeton, where he was director and head of the Nordics region responsible for developing relationships with investors and distributors throughout the region across all client segments.
Asset management firm Jupiter has appointed James Moir as an equities analyst on its UK Growth Strategy fund range.
Moir will work with Steve Davies, Jupiter’s head of strategy, UK growth, across the Jupiter UK Growth Fund, Jupiter UK Dynamic Growth (SICAV), and the Jupiter UK Growth Investment Trust.
He joins after four years at UK Financial Investments.
Deutsche Bank has appointed private banker Peter Schmid head of northern and central Europe, effective from March 2018, WealthBriefing understands.
Schmid will join the German bank from Union Bancaire Privee.
He replaces Carsten Kahl, who has run the European region for the last nine years. Kahl and Europe wealth head Peter Hinder jointly decided on a changeover earlier this year, this publication understands.
The new head of northern and central Europe will oversee the bank’s business across the markets of cross border Germany, Luxembourg, Nordics, Benelux, France and Austria.
It has offices and client advisors on the ground in Zurich, Geneva, Luxembourg, Stockholm, Paris, Vienna, Salzburg, Amsterdam, Eindhoven and Rotterdam.