Jupiter Asset Management, the UK-listed investment house, has appointed Damian Cocking as head of private clients and charities business development.
Cocking joined Jupiter on 2 April from Stenham Advisors, where he was head of offshore sales.
He has over 20 years’ financial services experience, including previous roles at Goldman Sachs International, Royal Bank of Canada and Merrill Lynch.
The appointment comes four months after Andrew Clark joined Jupiter as head of private clients and charities from Schroders.
“The new role will help increase awareness of Jupiter’s advantages as a specialist investment manager for private clients and charities. It will also broaden and deepen our relationships with professional intermediaries and consultants,” Clark said in a statement.