Trading Places: Credit Suisse brings in Triggle, UBS adds Lennehag

It’s been another week of people changing roles in the City. Here’s the roundup.

Credit Suisse hired Kristian Triggle as a managing director in its UK financial institutions group as it tries to replenish the unit after a spate of departures last year. He joins from RBC Capital Markets.

UBS added a senior dealmaker, Therése Lennehag, to its new ESG advisory team in Europe. The move follows the promotion in September of long-serving dealmaker Laurent Bouvier to global head of environmental, social and governance advisory.

David Roberts will retire from Liontrust in August. He joined the fund manager in 2018, but his career of managing fixed income and investment teams dates back to 1988.

Amundi, Europe’s largest asset manager, announced a shake up which will see Vincent Mortier become group chief investment officer. He takes over from Pascal Blanqué, who has been appointed chair of the newly-created Amundi Institute.

Abrdn has made two senior hires to its core infrastructure business, announcing the arrival of Will Cunneen from Macquarie Group and Priya Nair from Royal Bank of Canada.

Man Group’s private markets investment business said that Matthew Moniot and Jonathan Imundo are joining the firm as co-heads of credit risk sharing. They arrive from alternative credit manager Elanus Capital Management and will report to Eric Burl.

Automated financial advice provider Wealth Wizards hired two new members of its executive team. Mark Kiddell becomes chief commercial officer, joining from Mercer, while Ben Hampton joins from Abrdn as chief product officer.

Roscoe Roman, a former Citigroup and Credit Suisse investment banker, joined non-alcoholic spirits brand Lyre’s as chief investment officer. He will manage the next capital raise coming this year as well as the group’s acquisitions for growth.

Mabrouk Chetouane is now head of global market strategy at Natixis Investment Managers. He will report to Claire Martinetto and be based in Paris.

Finally, law firm Trowers & Hamlins hired Sean Donovan-Smith as a partner to expand its corporate team in London. He joins from Locke Lord, where he was co-head of the global investment management and alternative funds practice.

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