Lombard Odier has appointed Eric Roeleven as head of institutional sales, Zurich.
Roeleven assumed the role on 1 October 2017 and reports into head of institutional sales for Europe Jonathan Clenshaw. Roeleven served as a client relationship manager at Lombard Odier IM between 1998 and 2005. He re-joins the firm from Pictet Asset Management in Zurich where he was responsible for covering institutional clients in the German-speaking part of Switzerland. Before his career at Lombard Odier IM, Roeleven held a number of positions at Clariden Bank and UBS.
Sacker & Partners LLP has hired two new associates Mike Fallow and Harriet Dove.
The appointment of Pittaway and Dove takes the total number of lawyers at the firm to 53. Dove is a newly qualified associate from Wedlake Bell and Fallow joins from the pensions team at Stephenson Harwood after having trained at Bevan Brittan. In their new roles, the new associates will advise trustees, employers and others on a range of DB and DC pensions issues. Fallow will have a particular focus on finance and investment work.
JLT Employee Benefits has appointed Ian Burns and James Leeming to its investment solutions teams.
Burns will take on the new role of director and head of defined benefit investment solutions and Leeming joins as a director in the investment solutions team. Burns is a qualified actuary with 22 years’ experience in pensions and investments and has been a director at JLT since 2014, leading bespoke investment solutions for pension schemes. Before this, he spent seven years working for the big four accounting firms. In the new role Burns will lead the strategic direction and growth of the firm’s DB investment business across the UK.
Leeming joins from Mercer where he was head of investment consulting. In the new role at JLT EB, he will be responsible for the delivery of JLT’s investment consulting services across a range of clients.