Appointments update 12 September

Written by Talya Misiri

- Northern Trust has hired James Wright as its head of institutional investor group in the UK, Ireland and Guernsey.

In the newly created role, Wright will focus on driving the strategic direction and growth of Northern Trust to provide for its institutional investors and financial firms across its pension, insurance, fiduciary and corporate client base. Wright will lead the division in supporting existing and prospective clients’ future business needs. He joins from J.P. Morgan where he served as head of sales and relationship management, responsible for developing outsourced asset management relationships.

- Fidelity International has appointed Juliet Bullick as global head of consultant relations.

Bullick will work alongside Fidelity’s global institutional teams to ensure that it meets the evolving needs of its consultants. She joins from BlackRock, where she worked in several senior roles for 18 years, including head of UK institutional business. Most recently, she served as BlackRock’s head of inclusion and diversity EMEA and previously worked at Merrill Lynch Investment Management and Foreign & Colonial.

- Stonehage has welcomed Ian Harvey as business development director within its investment management division.

In his new role, Harvey will be responsible for taking the global equity strategy to institutional clients and consultants and will report to partner and head of equity management Gerrit Smit and partner and head of marketing Guy Hudson. Harvey joins Stonehage with over 30 years of industry experience, previously leading the development of Neptune Investment Management’s UK and European institutional business. Before this he also worked at LV Asset Management and Fleming Asset Management.

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