Jonathan Lye has been appointed director at the London branch of the financial risk management consultancy JC Rathbone Associates (JCRA).
Lye previously worked at Chatham Financial, where he was a capital markets consultant, focused on interest rate and foreign exchange derivatives and hedging.
He studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bristol before earning his MBA from Cass Business School. Prior to Chatham, he was vice president at JP Morgan, where he worked on financial and strategic planning and analysis for hedge fund services businesses.
A study of UK chief financial officers (CFOs) by recruitment consultant Robert Half finds that most nurture ambitions to take over the chief executive’s role.
Urjut Patel has been named as the new governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and will succeed Raghuram Rajan, whose term ends on September 4.
Frank Vang-Jensen, who was appointed in March 2015, apparently went against the Swedish bank’s decentralised model.
The second global Women in Financial Services report finds slow progress for women leaders in financial services.