City Moves for 01 May 2015 | Who’s switching jobs

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Colliers International

The commercial real estate services firm has announced the appointment of Meg Brown to its capital advisory team, part of its capital markets department. She is an equity placement expert, and joins from JLL, where she worked in its corporate finance department. Brown has also held roles at CR Investment Management, Barclays Capital, CBRE and LaSalle Investment Management.

Redefine International

The real estate investment trust has appointed Donald Grant as its chief financial officer. He joins from Capital & Counties Properties, where he has been financial controller for the past six years. Grant has 17 years’ prior experience working within banking and broking institutions.

Elixirr Partners

The consultancy has appointed Chris Sullivan as partner and client chairman. He previously worked at RBS for 40 years, and spent over 20 in executive leadership positions. He was most recently the bank’s deputy group chief executive.


The business technology change consultancy has appointed Stuart Hinkley to its sales management team. He has over 20 years’ experience in telecoms and management consultancy, and has held senior positions at KPMG and Atos Origin, where he headed its technology, media and telecommunications teams.


Andrew Hockley has been appointed head of the law firm’s antitrust and competition group. He is a partner at the firm, and joined Berwin Leighton Paisner in 2010. Hockley has also previously worked as competition counsel at BP.


The technology recruitment firm has appointed Garie Dale as director, leading its UK and Ireland operation. He was most recently director of the IT recruitment business at Garwin Group. Dale has over 14 years’ experience in senior positions in executive search, and has also held roles at Robert Half.


Kostas Manolis has been appointed partner at the investment management firm. He joins from Caird Capital, where he was a director in the team that managed a £500m private equity portfolio spun out of Lloyds Banking Group.

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