City Moves for 2 June 2015 | Who’s switching jobs

 
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DTZ

The commercial real estate services provider has announced three appointments to its data centres team. Mark Trevor joins as senior director, Begoña Cerdan joins as a director, and Michael Hunter joins as an associate director in its London office.

Lloyds Bank

Andrew Charnley has been appointed regional head of the trade and working capital team in the bank’s global transaction banking business in London and the South. He joins Lloyds from Barclays, where he was global head of open account product.

EY

The professional services firm has announced two appointments to its global immigration practice. Anjali Greenwell joins as EMEIA immigration leader from PwC Legal, where she was an immigration partner. Greenwell is also an officer of the Immigration and Nationality Law Committee of the International Bar Association. Monica Tull joins as EMEIA immigration operations leader from Accenture, where she was managing director for people.

The House of Britannia

The luxury investment firm has announced the appointment of Andrew Lawson to its board. He has been managing director of Cornelia James, a glovemaker for the Queen majority-owned by The House of Britannia. Lawson has also held positions at Schroders and in the property and tourism industries.

MarketAxess

Scott Eaton has been appointed chief operating officer for Europe at the fixed income securities electronic trading platform. He was most recently managing director, global head of emerging markets trading at UniCredit Bank in London. Eaton has also held senior positions at ABN Amro, the Royal Bank of Scotland and Deutsche Bank.

The Shipowners’ Club

The protection and indemnity insurance provider for the smaller and specialist vessels sector has announced the appointment of Steve Randall to the board of the Shipowners’ Protection Limited as commercial director. He has worked for the company for over 36 years, and has served as commercial director for Asia, and as general manager for its Singapore office.

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