Capital Cranfield Trustees has appointed Martine Trouard-Riolle as client director of its London office.
Trouard-Riolle, who joins from Independent Trustee Services, started at Capital Cranfield earlier this month.
She said her new role was "very stimulating".
She said: "I am very happy to have joined Capital Cranfield. I was attracted by the strength of its reputation in the market, and the breadth of its client base. My new colleagues have very diverse backgrounds and experience and I am finding the culture very stimulating."
Managing director Neil McPherson welcomed Trouard-Riolle's breadth of experience.
"Martine's appointment further strengthens our stable of nearly 40 client directors," he said. "She has a track record of proven experience, both as an independent trustee and in her prior roles, and this will help us meet the increasing demand for our services from clients."
Trouard-Riolle was director of Independent Trustee Services from 2011. Before then, she was a consultant director for PwC from 2010 to 2011, and head of corporate risk management for The Pensions Regulator from 2005 to 2008.
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