Self-invested pension provider Hornbuckle has announced the appointment of Vincent Cambonie as the firm’s new chief financial officer.
He replaces George McGrady who is stepping down after five years at Hornbuckle.
Cambonie’s career spans 25 years of working in global financial institutions, most recently as managing director and group CFO at BNP Paribas Investment Partners. He has international experience having held various senior finance positions at Instinet, Merrill Lynch – in their Paris, London and New York offices – and KPMG, before moving to BNP Paribas Investment Partners.
Phil Smith, CEO of Hornbuckle, said: “We are very pleased to bring Vincent to Hornbuckle as our new CFO. He brings with him a vast amount of financial expertise and invaluable insight in to running the middle office functions of many global blue-chip institutions.
“His experience will be instrumental in helping us continue to develop our business and our commitment to industry-leading governance.”
Cambonie said: “I’m delighted to be joining Hornbuckle at what is a very interesting time in the pensions industry. I look forward to working closely with the rest of the management team on further developing the company’s future strategy and, ultimately, enabling Hornbuckle to provide the best possible outcomes for its clients.”