City Moves for 09 December 2014 | Who’s switching jobs

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The commercial property agency has announced two promotions. Jonathan Vanstone-Walker becomes director of surveying & agency. He joined TSP in 2011. Abigail Bridgland (pictured) becomes senior associate surveyor. She has been at the firm for two years.

State Street

Matt Davey has been appointed senior vice president and head of the asset manager client management group for the UK, Middle East and Africa at State Street Global Services. He was most recently head of consultant relations for HSBC Securities Services, and has also worked as head of complex deal management at JP Morgan.

Mobius Life

The life company and institutional investment platform has announced two senior appointments. Andy Coles joins as head of operations from Capita Financial Services, where he was head of transitions and change. Coles has also held roles at Investec Asset Managers, Northern Trust and State Street. Harriet Frank joins as marketing manager from Gazelle Pensions Advisory.

Warburg Pincus

Andrew Sukawaty has been appointed executive-in-residence at the private equity firm. Based in the London office, he will support the firm in identifying and evaluating new investments in the telecoms, media and technology sector. Sukawaty is currently executive chairman of Inmarsat.

Alliotts Accountants

David Gibbs has been appointed partner, specialising in international corporate tax, in the accountancy firm’s London office. He has previously held roles at PwC and Grant Thornton.


Derek Gorman has been appointed managing director of market rented assets at the residential landlord and manager. He was most recently chief executive of Get Living London.


The pensions and benefits communication consultancy has appointed Stephen Nichols as head of strategy and development. He has over 28 years’ experience in the pensions industry, and was most recently chief executive of The Pensions Trust.

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