City Moves for 25 September 2014 | Who’s switching jobs

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ES Group
The property and asset consultancy has appointed two new equity partners. Richard Corby joined in 2004 and heads up its Leeds office. Roland Cramp (pictured) joined as a graduate in 1989, and heads up the machinery and business assets team in London.

Korn Ferry
The executive search firm has appointed Max Landsberg as senior partner in its leadership and talent consulting practice in London. He was formerly a partner at McKinsey and has worked as a leadership coach.

Duncan Lawrie Private Bank
The private bank has announced several appointments. John Hilson has been promoted to regional director, London. James Brooks joins as senior private banker from Adam & Co, where he was an associate director. Samantha Cuthbert joins as private banker from Barclays Wealth. Finally, Jerric Alcoran and Penny Dashfield both join as private banking assistants.

King & Wood Mallesons SJ Berwin
Ian Hargreaves has been appointed partner in the law firm’s litigation practice in London. He joins from Addleshaw Goddard, where he led its fraud, regulatory, and corporate crime team.

The family law practice has announced that Mark Harper has joined the firm. Previously a senior partner within Withers’s family department, he is a specialist in trusts and international divorce.

Capital Generation Partners
The private investment advisory group has announced two appointments to its business development team. Clare Flanagan will lead its marketing and business activity globally. She joins from Northern Trust, where she served as business development manager for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Kirsty Acton will be responsible for client development, and joins from Partners Group.

The design and refurbishment company, part of JLL, has announced several appointments. John Madico joins as project manager, Marie Jackson joins as pre-construction manager, Dave Hollis as technical design manager, Marcio Ortiz dos Santos as CGI manager, Debbie Goodale as senior designer, and Liz Hughes as interior architect.

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