Lorraine Trainer has joined the world’s largest inter-sealer broker as a non-executive director, and member of the remuneration, audit and nominations and governance committees.
Trainer, who is a non-executive at packaging business Essentra, has served in a number of financial institutions including Citibank and Coutts NatWest.
Current RemCo chairman Stephen Pull will leave TP ICAP in the first few months of 2019, when Trainer will take on the role.
Standard Life Aberdeen
Cathleen Raffaeli is to take a non-executive role at the investment and stewardship group.
Raffaeli is currently a non-executive at the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York, and has held other advisory roles at Kapitall Holdings, E*Trade Financial and American Homer Mortgage Investment.
She is managing partner of Hamilton White Group and Soho Venture Partners.
Standard Life Aberdeen chairman Sir Gerry Grimstone said that her “strong fintech experience” and background in the platforms sector would make her an “ideal addition” to the business.
Experienced executive Paul Walker is to take the chair at international equipment rental business Ashtead Group. Walker will succeed the chairman of 11 years, Chris Cole, from 2 July.
Walker is non-executive chairman of Halma, Experian and Sophos. The chartered accountant served as CEO of Sage between 1994 and 2010, and has served on the boards of Diageo and Mytravel.
Philip Vincent is to join commercial vehicle hire business Northgate as CFO from 16 July. He will take on the role from experienced interim CFO David Tilston.
Vincent has served at SABMiller as a regional FD, and spent three years as CFO of BBC Worldwide.
Chairman Andrew Page said Vincent’s UK and international finance experience sets him to make a “significant contribution to Northgate’s future success”. “I would like to thank David Tilston for undertaking the role of CFO on an interim basis,” Vincent added.