MOVES-Lloyds, Aviva, RBC, Rudolf Wolff, Ivory Investment Management
July 17 (Reuters) - The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Wednesday. To inform us of other job changes, email to email@example.com.
LLOYDS BANKING GROUP PLC
Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking has appointed John Richardson as head of building societies coverage. Richardson will be based in London and report directly to Mandeep Ahluwalia, managing director and global head of banks at Lloyds Bank.
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
The wealth management division of the bank appointed Daniel Ellis as head of investments, British Isles, effective Oct 1. Ellis, to be based in London, will report to Stuart Rutledge, CEO, RBC Wealth Management - British Isles and the Caribbean.
RBC's corporate and investment banking arm appointed Darrell Uden as a managing director and head of European equity capital markets and corporate broking. Uden will be based in London and will report to Josh Critchley and Patrick Meier, co-heads of European investment banking.
The asset management business of Aviva has appointed Liam Spillane as emerging market debt currency portfolio manager in its emerging market debt team. He is based in London and reports to Daniel James, head of global markets. Liam who has over 20 years experience in investment management joins from Overlay Asset Management, which is part of BNP Paribas Investment Partners.
RUDOLF WOLFF LTD
The specialist fund manager appointed Sophie Hime as sales manager and Charles Cantlie as sales director to develop the family office and institutional side of their fund business.
IVORY INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT LP
The Los Angeles-based investment management firm said Craig Pollak has returned to the firm as head of institutional marketing. Pollak will be based in Ivory's New York office. In Pollak's new role, he will be responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with institutional investors.
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