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Who's Moving Where In Wealth Management? - Investec Wealth & Investment, Schroders

Editorial Staff

6 December 2019

Investec Wealth & Investment
UK wealth manager  has hired six senior executives to join its newly minted emerging markets business at Skerryvore Asset Management. BennBridge partnered with Skerryvore in October, and most of the new team will move from Janus Henderson.

Stephen Deane, Nicholas Cowley, Ian Tabberer, Michael Cahoon and Ronan Kelleher join Skerryvore as portfolio managers, and Ben Lawson joins as head of dealing.

The London and New York-based BennBridge is a subsidiary of Bennelong Funds Management Group (BFM Group), the Australian investment house which provides a variety of investment solutions globally and manages assets of around $8 billion (£6.5 billion) through a network of subsidiaries - standing at 11 boutique firms currently.

Glen Finegan, managing partner at Skerryvore, said of the new emerging markets team: “I have worked with all six of them in the past, and they share a dedicated investment focus and knowledge”.

has named Lisa Dallmer as its new chief operating officer. She will serve on the executive committee and partner with senior leaders of the corporate, sales and marketing, and investment teams to develop and implement operational strategies.

Dallmer brings to the role two decades of senior leadership experience in global financial operations. She has served as COO of global technology and operations for BlackRock in New York, COO of European Markets for NYSE Euronext in Paris, and vice president of tech for startup Archipelago, which was acquired by the New York Stock Exchange. 

Most recently, she served as a strategic advisor to CEOs on fintech solutions.