The London-headquartered group has made a number of senior appointments.
Schroders has made a number of changes to its leadership.
The UK-listed firm has named Peter Hall (pictured) as chairman, Schroders Wealth Management and appointed Mary-Anne Daly as global head of wealth management, it said in a statement late last week.
Hall is the predecessor to Mary-Anne Daly’s role as global head of wealth. Hall will continue to sit on the board of both Cazenove Capital and Benchmark as chair. Daly's responsibilities have increased as global head of wealth. She also now sits on the board in the Channel Islands, Switzerland and Singapore.
Hall will continue to oversee Schroders’ global wealth strategy and chair the Cazenove Capital and Benchmark boards. Daly will also chair the boards of Schroders Channel Islands Ltd. Schroders Bank AG, and Schroders Asia Ltd.
In recognition of the support that he provides to Daly in the day-to-day running of Cazenove Capital, Dominic Emmerson will become deputy CEO of Cazenove Capital - a new role, a spokesperson told this news service.
“One of the most important things we can do to future-proof the growth of Schroders is to recognise the industry's best talent, most diverse thinkers and to provide our people with career development opportunities,” Peter Harrison, group CEO, said.
See here for a recent story about Schroders' financial results in its wealth business.