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Who's Moving Where In Wealth Management? - IQ-EQ, Waverton Investment Management, Others

Editorial Staff

11 July 2019

Following a recent rebranding from SGG Group, has appointed Ryan Welch as a senior relationship manager in its London office, driving funds distribution to discretionary clients in London.

Welch began his career in the financial services industry with HSBC Asset Management in 1999. Since then he has worked in sales and marketing at Framlington and AXA Investment Managers. He joins CANDRIAM from Aviva Investors, where he was business development director responsible for London discretionary clients.

“Following the appointment of Elizabeth Para who leads our UK institutional effort, Ryan’s appointment is another important step for CANDRIAM on our growth journey in the UK market,” Derek Brander, head of UK distribution at CANDRIAM, said.

The firm had more than €1.0 billion ($1.121 billion) of assets under management for UK clients at the end of June this year. In total, the European firm oversees about €115 billion in AuM. It operates management offices in Luxembourg, Brussels, Paris, and London.

, the UK wealth management firm, has hired Peter Cork as senior client partner. He was formerly Kleinwort Hambros' key client director, and had worked there for 20 years.

Cork joins the London office after the firm last month built a presence in the Midlands region.

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