Nina MacEwen (pictured) has been promoted to head of distribution at Atlantic House Investments following the departure of Dorian Hughes after two years with the firm.
Hughes left the asset manager on 18 November, a spokesperson confirmed to Portfolio Adviser.
After joining the group in 2011, MacEwen was promoted to head of UK discretionary sales in February 2017. She previously held roles at Premier Asset Management and Independent Debt Capital Markets.
The move follows a period of leadership change at the asset manager, with founder Tom May succeeding former CEO Tony Stenning on 14 November.
May, who also serves as CIO, said: “Nina is a highly experienced professional who we have worked with for many years. The whole team is excited about our shared plans for the business in the years ahead.”