UK - Nicola Horlick is stepping down from the post of chief executive at SG Asset Management.
Horlick – dubbed a City “superwoman” for balancing her high-flying career with her role as a mother of five – will become special adviser to SGAM group president and chief executive Philippe Collas.
The move sees Horlick – one of the three founders of SGAM UK – relinquish her UK operational functions to take on a more strategic international role.
The group has appointed Keith Percy as chairman and chief executive officer of its UK business.
Percy said: “Nicola has been instrumental in bringing together the people who will take SGAM UK on to its next stage.”
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