Friday people roundup

first_imgJupiter Asset Management, Unigestion, BNP Paribas, Hermes Fund ManagersJupiter Asset Management – Kathryn Langridge has been appointed co-manager of the company’s Emerging European Opportunities and New Europe Funds, following the announcement that current co-manager Elena Shaftan is to retire in the near future. Langridge has been with Jupiter since 2010 and previously worked at Lloyd George Management and INVESCO Perpetual.Unigestion – The asset manager is expanding into Canada, opening an office in Toronto to be manned by former Mercer partner Heather Cooke, appointed director of institutional clients. Cooke was previously leader of implemented consulting and dynamic de-risking at Mercer, and has worked at Diversified Fund Management, Northern Trust Global Advisors and Rogerscasey.BNP Paribas Securities Services – Sid Newby joins as head of pension fund sales and Aïda Molineux as head of client service. Newby joins from BNY Mellon, while Molineux joins from Ernst & Young and has previously worked at Northern Trust, Morgan Stanley Trust and Barclays. Hermes Fund Managers – Jakob Nilsson has been named director of business development for Asia. Nilsson was previously the firm’s head of Nordic business development, and will move to Singapore for his new role. He joined the company in late 2012, having worked at Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Lehman Brothers and Bank of America Merrill Lynch.last_img