Movers & shakers: July 6

Helen Dean to replace Tim Jones as head of Nest in the autumn

Editor’s choice

Bill Gross poses at investment firm Janus Capital Group, Inc. in Denver, Colorado in this undated handout photo provided by Figge Photography on October 10, 2014. Gross, in his first public appearance since his shocking departure from Pimco, said there will be more flexibility in managing less money at Janus Capital Group Inc, but said he was disappointed over being forced to leave Pimco. REUTERS/Figge Photography/Handout via Reuters (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS PROFILE) ATTENTION EDITORS - NO SALES. NO ARCHIVES. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ©Reuters
Latest move of Bill Gross’s new company will expand fixed-income presence
An employee adjusts a valve wheel at the central processing plant for oil and gas at the Salym Petroleum Development oil fields near Salym, Russia, on Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014. Salym Petroleum Development, the venture between Shell and Gazprom Neft, has started drilling the first of five horizontal wells over the next two years that will employ multi-fracturing technology, according to a statement today. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg ©Bloomberg
Membership of lobby group muddles climate change message, says ShareAction’s Catherine Howarth

Bradford dog track to Hong Kong pensions

‘Equities have become my main battlefield,’ says CEO of HAPFS

Martin Wheatley

FCA: On the wrong side of the argument?

After a Tory election victory, the tough approach of the chief executive of UK regulator FCA may be out of fashion

Ed Legget

Movers & shakers: June 29

Ed Legget moving to Artemis from Standard Life Investments

businesspeople at a train station hurrying during rush hour Tokyo Japan...CB9H5P businesspeople at a train station hurrying during rush hour Tokyo Japan
©Oote Boe Ph/Alamy

Equality struggle for Japan’s ‘womenomics’

Plan to up female corporate representation may be too ambitious

Keith Skeoch, CEO of Standard Life investments.

Reshuffle makes Standard Life ‘expensive’

Insurer drifts even closer to asset management under new boss

Carl Rosén, chief executive of the Swedish Shareholders’ Association

Sweden fights ‘industry’s dirty secret’

Chief of shareholders’ association can handle corporate enemies

Manager turnover speeds up at investment firms

Almost a fifth of funds have made appointments since 2014 began

Movers & shakers: June 22

Alexander Schindler elected Efama president

Eaton Vance: international American dream

President Niall Quinn hits ‘an accelerated growth spot’

ABOUT FTfm

FTfm is the voice of the global fund management industry, providing must-have news and sharp analysis to the world’s top asset managers and professional investors.

FTfm videos

SHARE THIS QUOTE