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Who's Moving Where In Wealth Management? - KPMG, Deutsche Bank, Fidelity International

Editorial Staff, 23 August 2021


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

KPMG in the UK has appointed Daniel Barry as a partner within its wealth and asset management regulatory practice. Barry will lead the firm’s risk and compliance advisory capability in this sector.

Barry has more than twenty years’ experience in the field, having spent eight of those at Deloitte. His early career was spent in the industry with Standard Life Savings, Pioneer Investments, Baillie Gifford Pioneer Investments, and Baillie Gifford where he worked across a number of operational, investment and regulatory risk disciplines.

Deutsche Bank
Deutsche Bank has appointed Dominique Jooris as Asia-Pacific head of wealth solutions. 

Jooris was most recently chief executive of Bank Pictet & Cie in Singapore, prior to which he served in a number of senior roles, including 11 years at Goldman Sachs in both Asia (excluding Japan) and Europe, Middle East and Africa. 

Fidelity International
Fidelity International has appointed Caroline Shaw as a portfolio manager in its solutions and multi-asset team. She will take up the role in September.

Based in London, Shaw will work with others across the investment team, with a particular focus on sustainable and thematic investment capabilities. 

Shaw, who has more than 20 years of industry experience, will be joining from Courtiers Asset Management Limited, where she was head of asset management. Her role involved working with fund managers and analysts to help manage around £875 million ($1.192 billion) across multi asset and equity-income investment strategies.

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