City Moves for 10 December 2014 | Who’s switching jobs

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Lambert Smith Hampton

The commercial property consultancy has appointed Kenneth Hogg as a director in its London valuation team. He has 24 years’ experience in commercial property, and joins from Davis Coffer Lyons.


Craig Bundell has been appointed head of credit cards at the bank. He joins from Mastercard, where he held the position of vice president, European business lead, driving commercial development across Europe for a key account. Bundell has also held senior roles at Santander.


The law firm has appointed Hussein Haeri as a partner in its London office. He is an arbitration lawyer, specialising in international investment disputes and arbitration, and joins from Signature Litigation. Haeri has also previously held roles at Eversheds and Latham & Watkins.

Matthews Asia

Neil Steedman has been appointed head of UK business development at the Asia-only investment specialist. His prior experience includes 10 years at Aberdeen Asset Management, where he was head of UK discretionary sales.

ACE Group

Robert Latimer has been appointed environmental risk underwriter at the insurance firm. He has 13 years’ experience, and joins from OHES Environmental Consulting (part of AJ Gallagher), where he was principal environmental consultant. Latimer has also held roles at WSP Environmental.


The law firm has announced the appointment of Hazel Tait as partner in its real estate team. She advises on all aspects of property law, specialising in clean energy, and joins from Gillespie MacAndrew. Tait has also previously worked in house at Scottish & Southern Energy.

Cerno Capital

The multi-asset investment manager has announced the appointment of Sian Hansen to its advisory board. She is currently executive director at the Legatum Institute, and was formerly managing director of Policy Exchange. Hansen has also previously worked as a financial market analyst, and sits on the board of the Centre for Entrepreneurs.

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