Mary-Anne joined in 2001 and is Chief Executive of the business in the UK. She sits on the board of Schroder & Co. Limited, is a member of the Group Wealth Management Executive Committee and chairs the Investment Risk Committee. Prior to her current role, Mary-Anne headed the combined Wealth Management business of Schroders and Cazenove Capital in the UK. She joined from Baring Asset Management where she had been Head of Private Client Service and prior to that was Managing Director of the Paris office. Mary-Anne previously spent seven years in corporate finance at Baring Brothers and seven years at Chase Manhattan Bank in London.
Chief Financial Officer (Schroders plc)
Richard joined Schroders in May 2013 as Chief Financial Officer and is currently responsible for finance, risk, treasury, corporate development, tax, investor relations, internal audit and HR. He joined Schroders from PricewaterhouseCoopers where he was a senior audit partner in PWC’s financial services practice. Richard is a Chartered Accountant and graduated in 1983 with a BSc in Biology from London University.
Head of Banking and Treasury
Alex joined in 2003 to work on the review and analysis of lending proposals, and the development and management of credit and banking products. Alex has 19 years of private banking experience.
Chief Financial Officer
Carolyn joined in 2007. She joined from Lazard where she was Finance Director in London. Previously Carolyn trained as a Chartered Accountant with Touche Ross.
Chief Investment Officer
Caspar Rock joined Cazenove Capital in September 2016 and is Chief Investment Officer. He joined from Architas Multi-Manager Ltd, a part of the AXA group, where he was Chief Investment Officer and responsible for all aspects of the investment activities, including investment philosophy, process and team. He also oversaw portfolio management at two of AXA group’s private banks. He previously headed up the multi-manager business at AXA Framlington from 2006 to 2008. Prior to that, he managed a range of directly invested equity and bond portfolios, and was Head of European Equities at Framlington as well as a member of the Healthcare team. He has 33 years’ investment experience.
Non Executive Director
Sue was appointed as a non-executive Director of Schroder & Co. Limited and member of the Wealth Management Audit and Risk Committee in March 2016. She held senior roles at Lloyds Banking Group plc from 2008 to 2013 including as Finance Director of Cheltenham and Gloucester, Divisional Finance Director posts and Group Audit Director from 2012 to 2013. Prior to Lloyds Sue held senior positions at Standard Life plc and Marks and Spencer Group plc where she was Group Treasurer and Head of Corporate Development. Sue is a chartered management accountant and currently holds a non-executive position at Abcam plc, where she is chairman of the audit and risk committee. She is also a member of the Codes and Standards Committee and Audit & Assurance Council of the UK Financial Reporting Council.
Non Executive Director
Annamaria was appointed as a non-executive Director of Schroder & Co. Limited in 2017. She headed the Wealth Management business of C. Hoare & Co. until its acquisition by Schroders, where she was a member of the Executive Group responsible for developing and implementing the strategy of the Bank. Annamaria has previously held Senior Wealth Management roles at Schroder & Co. Private Bank, Cazenove Capital Management and Merrill Lynch Portfolio Managers. She is a trustee of ORA and a member of Queens’ Cambridge Investment Committee.
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