TBWAManchester disruption director Lorna Hawtin has been awarded the inaugural Sir John Hegarty Berlin School Scholarship. The newly created scholarship offers senior female executives in IPA member agencies one place, with full tuition fees included, worth £42,000.
Ashley Tabor, the founder and executive president of Global Group, has been appointed chairman of The Radio Academy, replacing BBC Radio 2 and 6 Music controller Bob Shennan.
Adrian van Klaveren, controller of BBC Radio 5 Live, becomes deputy chairman of The Radio Academy with immediate effect, replacing Tabor who also takes his new role today.
PEW CHARITABLE TRUSTS
U.S. bank regulator Sheila Bair will join Pew Charitable Trusts in September as a senior adviser, the non-profit organization said on Friday.
Bair, who is leaving her role as chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp on Friday, will provide counsel to the non-partisan group on fiscal and economic stability matters.
The company hired Richard Tory from rival bank Credit Suisse Group AG as head of natural resources group for Asia-Pacific, a source with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Friday.
It also beefed up its investment banking department with two more senior hires. David Lau will join as a managing director in technology team from Barclays Capital. Oki Ramadhana will join its Indonesia office as an executive director, having most recently worked with Goldman Sachs
STATE STREET GLOBAL ADVISORS
The investment management business of State Street Corp named Enda McMahon as head of compliance for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Niall O’Leary as head of product engineering for EMEA.
Both McMahon and O’Leary joined State Street as a result of its acquisition of Bank of Ireland Asset Management (BIAM) earlier this year. McMahon was global head of Compliance at BIAM, while O’Leary was responsible for the cash, fixed income and property investment functions at the bank.