MOVES-Westwood, BNY Mellon, RBC Wealth
Nov 8 (Reuters) - The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Thursday. To inform us of other job changes, email to email@example.com.
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
A division of the bank, RBC Wealth Management, has hired Harold Langer to expand its adviser footprint in Arizona.
Langer, who has worked in the industry for roughly three decades, moved to RBC in October after six years at Bank of America's Merrill Lynch.
The investment management firm appointed Wendy Lim as regional head of business development for Asia-Pacific investment management. She will be based in Singapore.
Prior to joining BNY Mellon, Lim was the managing director for retail banking and wealth management for Asia-Pacific with ANZ.
WESTWOOD HOLDINGS GROUP INC
The financial services company appointed Mark Wallace as chief financial officer. Prior to joining Westwood, Mark served as CFO and held other positions for an S&P 500 real estate investment trust.
The top shareholder in Italian bank UniCredit has lost its chief financial officer and another top executive, sources familiar with the matter said.
The investment bank named Sascha Kroissenbrunner as director in the industrials group.
Kroissenbrunner was previously the head of the general industrials group for central and eastern Europe at UniCredit Group in Vienna.
STATE STREET GLOBAL ADVISORS
The asset manager hired Nigel Aston as managing director and head of UK defined contribution.
Prior to this, Aston was a business development director with data company DCisions.
INTECH INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT LLC
The investment management firm hired Jonathan Hanke as associate director of research. Hanke has been an assistant professor at Duke university since 2006.
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