The Pensions Regulator, Bank of International Settlements, Bank of Spain, Hyman Robertson, eValue IS, BNP Paribas, Everest Capital, Deutsche Asset Management
The Pensions Regulator – Nicola Parish has been elevated to the post of executive director for front-line regulation, a wide-ranging brief that includes leading investigative and enforcement teams. Parish has held a number of posts at TPR for the past eight years, most recently as director of case management. Her 20-year career in regulatory affairs in the financial sector previously included senior prosecutions lawyer at the Securities and Futures Authority and eight years in the enforcement division of the Financial Services Authority.
Bank of International Settlements – Fernando Restoy has been installed as chair of the Financial Stability Institute with effect from January 2017 for five years. He succeeds Josef Tosovsky, who has retired. Restoy is the deputy governor of the Bank of Spain, a position he has held since 2012. Prior to this, he held other senior positions at the Bank of Spain, which he joined in 1991. Restoy was commissioner of the Spanish Securities and Markets Commission (CNMV) in 2007‒08 and the CNMV’s vice-chair from 2008 to 2012. He has been a member of the supervisory board of the European Central Bank’s single supervisory mechanism for the past two years.
Hyman Robertson – Ian Smith has become head of distribution with responsibility for developing sales at the firm’s technology-led segments. He joins from eValue IS, where he was head of institutional sales.
BNP Paribas Investment Partners – Jean-Charles Sambor has been appointed deputy head of emerging market fixed income. His previous job was as managing director and head of global emerging and frontier fixed income at Everest Capital.
Deutsche Asset Management – Nicolas Moreau is to lead Deutsche Asset Management, joining from French insurance group AXA, where he held a number of positions, including chief executive of its asset management arm AXA Investment Managers.