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Who's Moving Where In Wealth Management? - Financial Conduct Authority, Carmignac, Others

Editorial Staff

25 June 2021

Financial Conduct Authority
Following the recent departure of general counsel Sean Martin, the has named its first chief product officer, Blake Kannady, and Geoff Rogers as its first head of Australia to support arrival and growth in the Australian wealth management market.

Kannady was previously at Envestnet, where he led product design, development and strategy for the firm's next-generation platform and user experience, as well as integrations with other third-party software partners and products. He also held several leadership positions in the wealth management arm of Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and is a co-author of The WEALTHTECH Book: The FinTech Handbook for Investors, Entrepreneurs and Finance Visionaries.

Rogers was most recently acting group executive - advice for MLC, overseeing the advice strategy and transformation of the division. Previously he served as general manager of MLC Wealth Distribution responsible for all MLC Wealth's retail platform and asset management offers to advisors.

On 1 March, intelliflo combined five software businesses under one brand.

Its solutions support more than 30,000 financial advisors worldwide, representing more than three million end-investors, with $1 trillion assets serviced across the Intelliflo business.