Appointments update 13 August 2019

Capital Cranfield has appointed George Emmerson as a professional trustee.

Emmerson has seven years of trustee experience and has a background in investment. He joins Capital Cranfield following 17 years with Aberdeen Standard Investments. His appointment means that give of the firm’s 40 professional trustees work with its Scottish arm, Scottish Pension Trustees.

Alpha FMC has hired Toby Henry, Bradley Northrop and Patrick Dennien to its wealth management sector.

Henry joins as principal from Capco and has over ten years of industry and consulting experience, Northrop joins as senior manager, having previously led financial planning and wealth initiatives at EY, and Dennien joins as a senior manager from EY, and has nine years of experience in the wealth and asset management industry.

RWC has named Benjamin Hall and Nathaniel Clark as analysts.

Hall joins following seven years at Mondrian Investment Partners as an equity analyst and portfolio manager on the Emerging Markets Small Cap Fund. Clark joined RWC in June from M&G Investments, where he worked as a global equity analyst since 2015.

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