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

Editorial Staff, 6 April 2021


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

Investor services group IQ-EQ has appointed two directors in its Netherlands office. Eva Eenink joins in a newly created role as director of private wealth & family office services. Tom Mahon joins the fund services team as a client services director.

Industry veteran Eenink moves from a wealth manager role at Van Lanschot Kempen, the oldest independent financial institution in the Netherlands. Her primary focus will be on developing the commercial strategy of the firm’s private wealth & family office segment for the Dutch market and beyond. She will be an active driver of new business.

Mahon was previously in the firm’s private equity team focused on supporting private equity clients and their investment holdings. In his new role, he will oversee delivering a range of fund administration, investor administration and compliance services to clients, including fund and asset managers and family offices.

Before joining IQ-EQ in 2017, he was a PE-focused senior financial account manager at Intertrust.

Quilter Cheviot
Investment manager Quilter Cheviot has appointed Chris Taggart to head its Belfast office. Taggart will take over from Nigel Crawford who has led the Northern Ireland based team since its inception in 2008. He sits on Quilter’s executive committee and will now focus on leading the firm’s London teams.

In the new Belfast role, Taggart will manage the local team while continuing to manage portfolios for private clients, intermediaries, charities, trusts and pension funds. He joined the business in 2011.

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