Appointments update 20 November

TPT Retirement Solutions (TPT) has appointed Heather Quelch as head of pensions administration.

Quelch brings 33 years of pensions experience in administration, consultancy and relationship management to her new role. She joins TPT from JLT, where she was an administration director. Quelch also previously worked at Aon Consulting, Jardine Financial Consultants, Buck Consulting and Lloyds Bank.

Cardano has announced the appointment of Dana Day as business development director.

Day joins Cardano from the CFA Institute, where she was regional director for institutional partnerships across the EMEA region. Prior to that, she was business development director for Aviva’s Global Financial Institutions arm, where she led the firm’s strategic relationship management for EMEA.

Foster Denovo has named Richard Horton as finance director on a permanent basis, following his interim appointment in February 2018.

Horton previously worked as group finance director at LEBC Group Limited and as insurance intermediary Hyperion Insurance Group. His most recent work, prior to Foster Denovo, focused on a number of interim projects leading business transformation and fund raising.

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