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IQ-EQ appoints new group chief people officer

In her new role with IQ-EQ, the firm said Caroline Bagshaw will be based in its new flagship office in London and will hold a group-wide remit spanning 23 jurisdictions worldwide

Global investor services group IQ-EQ has announced Caroline Bagshaw as its new group chief people officer, succeeding Teresa Lamy who is set to retire later this year.

Bagshaw’s HR career to date spans more than 26 years and a diverse range of industry sectors, including technology, pharma and financial services. She has 18 years’ experience in regional and global HR leadership roles, working with HR and senior leadership teams across Europe, the US, the Middle East, Africa and Asia, with five years spent on international assignments in Dubai and Singapore.

Before joining IQ-EQ, she was the interim head of people at Monese, an app-based banking alternative. Prior to that, she spent six years with Mastercard as executive VP HR, International, where she led a worldwide team of 120 HR professionals, developed Mastercard’s people agenda and drove its execution across a number of key markets.

She has also previously held senior HR roles with Standard Chartered and GlaxoSmithKline.

In her new role with IQ-EQ, the firm said Bagshaw will be based in its new flagship office in London and will hold a group-wide remit spanning 23 jurisdictions worldwide.

Bagshaw said: “Given its ongoing global growth and people-centric culture, IQ-EQ is a hugely exciting group to be part of – especially as an HR professional. I am delighted to have the opportunity to bring my own expertise to the table and lead IQ-EQ’s global people agenda and HR function forward as it continues to reach new heights.”

Lamy added: “Over the past few months we have engaged in a robust and thorough recruitment process to ensure we secured for IQ-EQ the very best chief people officer that the market had to offer. I am confident we have found the right candidate in Caroline and feel comfortable in the knowledge that I’ll be leaving IQ-EQ’s people agenda in very safe hands.”

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