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Who's Moving Where In Wealth Management? - Julius Baer, Franklin Templeton, Others

Editorial Staff

20 March 2019

Julius Baer
has appointed Allan Seldon as a business development director in a newly created role to oversee the firm’s growing fund management businesses. Seldon joins from NatWest, where he spent two-plus years as assistant director of business development in the trustee & depositary services team. Before that he held roles at Cofunds and Suffolk Life.

The independently owned asset manager acts as corporate director and fund manager for OEICs and unit trusts respectively and as a alternative investment fund manager of a common investment fund. The group’s assets under administration stand at £13.2 billion ($17.5 billion) at February end 2019.

, the family office, administration and advisory firm, has appointed David Hathorn as deputy chairman. Hathorn has been a non-executive director of Maitland International Holdings and chairman of its audit and risk committee since May 2017.

Prior to this, Hathorn was CEO for 17 years of FTSE 100 packaging and paper giant Mondi, which is dual listed in London and Johannesburg.

His career spans over 30 years, 25 of which were with Mondi. He served as CEO of Mondi for 17 years until May 2017. Until 2007 Hathorn was a member of the Anglo American executive committee from 2003 and was an executive director of Anglo American plc from 2005, serving on the boards of a number of Anglo group companies.