People Moves: LSEG, IHS Markit, BNP Paribas, Facteus, Tourmaline, RIMES, ISITC, IQ-EQ

A look at some of the key "people moves" from this week, including Julia Hoggett (pictured) who has been appointed CEO at London Stock Exchange.


LSEG Appoints Julia Hoggett As CEO

The London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) has announced the appointment of Julia Hoggett as CEO of London Stock Exchange pls, a regulated subsidiary of LSEG.

Hoggett joins London Stock Exchange plc from the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) where she was most recently director of market oversight, having previously led the wholesale banking supervision department. Prior to joining the FCA in 2014, she spent four years at Bank of America Merrill Lynch as managing director and head of the FIG flow financing business for EMEA, head of covered bonds for EMEA and head of short term fixed income origination in EMEA.

She also headed up BAML’s green debt capital markets efforts in EMEA. Prior to joining BAML, she was board member and latterly CEO of DEPFA ACS Bank and managing director and head of capital markets for the DEPFA BANK Group. She began her career as an investment banker in debt capital markets at JP Morgan.

Hoggett will start her new role next year. Denzil Jenkins will continue as interim CEO of London Stock Exchange plc until she joins the group.

IHS Markit Taps Seiichiro Miyaoka to Lead Global Markets Group in APAC

IHS Markit has appointed Seiichiro Miyaoka as managing director and APAC head of the Global Markets Group (GMG). 

In this newly-created, Tokyo-based role, Miyaoka will collaborate with the GMG regional commercial and technology leadership teams. He will also engage the firm’s Asia Pacific clients to drive scalable innovation and enhanced capabilities in the region.  

Miyaoka joined IHS Markit from Mizuho Securities, where he engaged both in primary and secondary business. Prior to his role at Mizuho Securities, Miyaoka served in roles at Nomura and UBS

Daniel Klein Joins BNP Paribas Asset Management

BNP Paribas Asset Management (BNPP AM) has appointed Daniel Klein as global head of client services, with effect from January 1, 2021. 

In his new role, Klein will be responsible for enhancing BNPP AM’s client services across all regions.  He will ensure that BNPP AM continues to nurture and develop its understanding of client needs and expectations. 

Klein has been with BNP Paribas for more than 27 years, including the last 18 at BNPP AM. He has held various roles including head of the discretionary portfolio management team, head of product specialists and CEO of BNPP AM Japan. He has spent the past nine years in the US, deputy CEO and subsequently CEO of BNPP AM USA.

He will be based in Paris and report to Sandro Pierri, head of the global client group and member of BNPP AM’s executive committee.

Facteus Announces Mohammad Shaalan As Chief Data Officer

Facteus, a provider of financial data business intelligence solutions, has announced the appointment of Mohammed Shaalan as chief data officer.

In the new role, Shaalan will uncover new insights for investors and analysts from across the portfolio of Facteus’ data sets.

Previously he worked as principal and senior consultant at Carlson Capital, where he designed and implemented the firm’s alternative data strategy. Prior to his work at Carlson Capital, Shaalan was the founder and CEO at Finweavers, a fintech startup. He has also held senior roles at Eton Park Capital Management, Viking Global Investors, and Lehman Brothers, among other roles.

Tourmaline Partners Hires Two Managing Directors

Tourmaline Partners, a specialist in outsourced trading solutions, has appointed two senior hires: Keir Collins, based in Dallas, and Yuki Shimada, based in Sydney.

Collins joins Tourmaline after spending the last 14 years at HBK, a global multi-strategy alternative investment management firm based in Dallas, where he began as an options trader and rose to the position of global head of equity trading. Prior to HBK, Collins traded options for Goldman Sachs’s Speer Hull Derivatives business in Chicago.

Tourmaline has also announced the opening of a new office in Dallas, which will be led by Collins.

Shimada brings more than two decades of global equities trading experience in senior roles on both the buy and sell side. He most recently served as a senior equities trader at CBRE Clarion Securities, a global investment manager specializing in listed real assets, where he spent the past decade overseeing all Asian trading. He has also held positions at Citi, Morgan Stanley and Rosehill Capital Management.

RIMES Adds Three New Hires

RIMES Technologies, a provider of managed data services and regtech solutions for financial institutions, has announced the appointment of three senior executives. .

The hires include Alex Myers, chief product officer; Scott Miller, chief revenue officer; and Matthew Bagley, chief financial officer.

As chief product officer, Myers will further develop the firm’s Benchmark Data Serviceand RegFocus offerings, and take its Managed Data Services through its next phase of development. Myers joins from Exact Software, where he led strategy and product functions and oversaw business transformation activities.

Scott Miller joins from T-Rex Group, where he was chief business development officer. Previously, he was CRO at FactSet, and held several roles at Bloomberg, including COO enterprise products and solutions and head of sales.

Prior to joining RIMES, Matthew Bagley was CFO of eFront, where he managed the LBO sale to Bridgepoint in 2015 and, subsequently, the sale of eFront again to Blackrock in 2019.

ISITC Announces Board of Directors For 2021-2022

ISITC, the industry trade group focused on developing standards and best practices in financial services operations, has announced its 2021-2022 board of directors.

The organization has given one-year term extensions to its chair, Lisa Iagatta, vice chair Kristin Swenton Hochstein, second vice chair Rich Robinson, and immediate vice-chair Erica Borghi.

IQ-EQ Taps Wendy Piergolam for Senior Role

Global investor services group IQ-EQ has hired Wendy Piergolam for the newly created role of head of client development for the United States.

In the new role, she will operate primarily under the banner of IQ-EQ subsidiary brand, Blue River, which became part of the group following its acquisition earlier this year. Piergolam will focus primarily on building relationships between IQ-EQ and fund managers, while enhancing cross-sell and collaboration across the group.

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