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Lombard International appoints global director of human resources

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Lombard International, a provider of wealth structuring solutions, has appointed Sandra Locke to the new role of executive vice president, global director of human resources

In this role, Locke will be responsible for developing the global HR strategy.
 
Reporting to John Hillman, executive chairman, she will be partnering with the leadership teams in Europe, the US, Latin America and Asia to ensure that Lombard International’s human capital initiatives are aligned with its global goals.
 
Locke joins from Guy Carpenter, part of Marsh & McLennan, where she was managing director, global head of human resources, and a member of the executive committee, responsible for their human capital strategy. 
 
Hillman says: “Sandy will be a great asset to our leadership team. Her exceptional operational and strategic HR skills will be invaluable to the business as we execute the next phase of our growth strategy across Europe, the US, Latin America and Asia. Moreover, this appointment underlines our commitment to developing a dynamic and engaging workplace culture which emphasises personal accountability and rewards high performance.” 
 
Locke says: “I am excited to be joining Lombard International at such an interesting time. I am looking forward to helping to grow the business across the different regions and cement a culture which values and supports all colleagues in delivering expertise and excellent service to our partners and clients around the world."

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