Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP) has appointed Susan Ebenston as its new chief operating officer, less than a month after she was appointed head of asset management at Citibank.
Ebenston will be responsible for all operational aspects of the partnership and will report to chief executive officer Bill Main. She will succeed current chief operating officer Ian Reid who is leaving SWIP to pursue other interests.
Ebenston joins the partnership following three years with State Street Bank & Trust Company. In Australia, she was the company’s chief operating officer and more recently she was director of business strategy in London.
Only a month ago she joined Citibank Worldwide Services, a division of Citigroup's global corporate and investment banking business, as global head of insurance and asset managers.
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