Novia appoints ex-ASI Steve Andrews as managing director

Replacing Bill Vasilieff

David Brenchley
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Steve Andrews will replace Bill Vasilieff
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Steve Andrews will replace Bill Vasilieff

Novia Global has appointed Steve Andrews, formerly of Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI), as its new managing director, replacing Bill Vasilieff, who will become chairman of the wealth management platform.

The appointment is still subject to approval from regulator the Financial Conduct Authority, with Andrews set to become a member of Novia's board and report to Vasilieff. Andrews had previously been ASI's head of third party and major distribution, which saw him manage the firm's UK wholesale business for sales to all major distributors including discretionary and wealth managers as well as financial advisers. Andrews said Novia was "at the forefront of the transformation of the international financial services investment market". He added that Novia was "leading the charge" away from...

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