The latest senior wealth management moves in Europe, UK, and a number of select international locations.
Fenergo, which provides know-your-client and client lifecycle management software for financial institutions, has named Stella Clarke as chief strategy and marketing officer and Alan Molloy as chief product officer. The moves follow Fenergo's acquisition by Astorg and Bridgepoint.
Clarke has worked in banking technology, operations and enterprise financial software roles in capital markets, wholesale banking and fintech firms across Asia and Europe. She most recently worked at Murex where she spearheaded a strategic global marketing practice. Clarke previously worked in numerous roles at DBS Bank in Singapore.
With more than 30 years' experience leading product and technology teams for a diverse range of organisations at various stages of growth, Molloy has worked at firms including Paddy Power, FINEOS, Allied Irish Banks (AIB) and McKinsey.
Based in Dublin, Ireland, Fenergo employs over 850 people and has offices in North America, the UK, Poland, Spain, South Africa, Asia Pacific, and the UAE.
Nickel Digital Asset Management
London digital hedge fund manager Nickel Digital Asset Management has hired another ex Goldman alumnus Henry Howell as head of business development.
Howell has spent nearly two decades in hedge funds, derivatives, and electronic futures sales, and brings the crypto asset manager’s business team to 25.
He has joined from London-based macro hedge fund Eisler Capital. Before that, he spent 16 years at Goldman Sachs in Chicago and in London as managing director in the prime services business unit, where he headed listed and OTC derivatives sales and global electronic futures.
HypoVereinsbank has appointed Nasim Amini as head of wealth management and private banking at HypoVereinsbank in Munich. Prior to this, he headed wealth management at Commerzbank in Hamburg.
Amini will report to Markus Gröbel and Peter Hoffmann.
The bank has more than €56 billion in assets under management and a total of more than 200 relationship managers in a network of 50 locations.
After training as a banker, Amini held various positions at Commerzbank in Hanover and Hamburg, most recently as head of wealth management in Hamburg.
Columbia Threadneedle Investments has appointed Tom Elviss as a fund manager within its real estate team. Elviss joined in May and will be a dedicated manager for a £630 million ($878.2 million) fund for a large institutional client. He reports to James Rigg, chief investment officer, real estate.
Elviss has more than 15 years’ experience in real estate. He joins from Aberdeen Standard Investments where he was deputy fund manager of a FTSE 250-listed REIT. Previous to this role, he worked at DTZ and Jones Lang LaSalle.