City Moves for 14 April 2015 | Who’s switching jobs

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The financial services firm has appointed Emma Walker to lead its aggregator, digital, and customer experience teams. She joins from, where she was head of protection and non core insurance.


Steve Briscoe has been appointed group head of technology and operations at the clearing house. He joins from RBS, where he was most recently head of operations for the markets division. Briscoe has over 20 years’ experience in financial services, and has also held senior roles at UBS.


Steve Frizell has been appointed partner in the professional services firm’s UK financial services risk assurance internal audit services team. He has been with PwC for 24 years, with the last 10 as a partner in its Melbourne office.


Stuart Bridges has been appointed group finance director at the markets operator and provider of post trade risk mitigation and information services. He joins from Hiscox, where he has been chief financial officer since 1999.


The insurance, retirement and investment group has appointed Steve Sarjant as a non-executive director on its with-profits committee. Before retiring he was managing director, global head of mergers and acquisitions for risk consulting and software at Towers Watson.

Paul Hastings

The law firm has announced the appointment of Luke McDougall as a partner in its corporate practice in London. He joins from Ashurst, where he is a partner in its banking group. McDougall specialises in European leveraged finance, as well as cross-border acquisition finance and restructuring.

Knight Frank

The property consultancy has announced two appointments to its West End office agency team. Ian McCarter joins as a partner focusing on leasing and development consultancy from CBRE, where he was a senior director. Tim Atherton joins as an associate from Carter Jonas, where he worked in the Central London offices team on tenant representation.

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