Wednesday people roundup
GLOBAL - Mercer, Morgan Stanley, Capita Hartshead, Stenham, RLAM, Stamford Associates Limited, Credit Suisse, Acadian, Sal. Oppenheim.
Mercer - Raimund Rhiel, chief executive at Mercer Germany, has announced he will leave the Frankfurt consultancy to focus on his academic work.
Morgan Stanley - Greenpark Capital's Christophe Nicolas has joined the company's Alternative Investment Partners in London as an executive director in the private equity fund of funds group, focusing on global secondary investments but with a particular focus on international opportunities.
Capita Hartshead - Helena Goy has joined from RPMI as a business development manager.
Royal London Asset Management - Craig Inches has been appointed as fixed interest fund manager, reporting to Paul Rayner, RLAM's head of government bonds. Inches joined from Scottish Widows Investment Partnership.
Stamford Associates Limited - David Shapiro is now deputy chief investment officer. He previously worked on the launch of Collins Stewart UK Focus Fund.
Credit Suisse - Andreas Hilka has been promoted to take over as managing director of Credit Suisse Asset Management Kapitalanlagegesellschaft in Frankfurt, replacing Stefan Keitel who left in October.
Acadian Asset Management - SGAM's Kelly Young has joined as a relationship manager in the client service unit in London.
Sal. Oppenheim Private Equity Partners - Jan Graf von Bassewitz, previously with CAM Private Equity, has joined the sales team in Germany.
Stenham - Goldman Sachs' Damian Cocking has joined as a senior relationship manager for the Channel Islands and Isle of Man. Marco Gebhard has left German private bank Bankhaus Wölbern to join as senior relationship manager for Europe, responsible for developing the institutional market in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
SIX Swiss Exchange - Lee Hodgkinson, head of the client and product management capability, member of the SIX Swiss Exchange Management Committee and chief executive of SWX Europe, is to leave the organisation at the end of April to pursue a new challenge.
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