SJP CEO Mark FitzPatrick joins IA board in triple appointment

Northern Trust AM and SSGA also join

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The Investment Association has appointed St James's Place CEO Mark FitzPatrick to its board, as part of the replacement of three of its directors.

FitzPatrick, is joined by Northern Trust Asset Management's John McCareins and State Street Global Advisors' Ann Prendergast, who replace former CEO of JO Hambro Capital Management UK Alexandra Altinger, head of EMEA at BlackRock Stephen Cohen and HSBC AM CEO Nicolas Moreau, whose three-year terms come to an end. The IA thanked the three outgoing directors for their "involvement and dedication." Prior to his stint at the top of SJP, FitzPatrick worked with Deloitte for 26 years until 2017, focusing on financial services in the UK, Europe and South Africa. In July 2017, FitzPatrick joined...

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