City Moves for 4 June 2015 | Who’s switching jobs

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Gareth Lewis has been appointed director in PwC’s real estate practice. He has formerly worked as a consultant at EY and the Urban Land Institute. Lewis has also been a representative at the European Public Real Estate Association and the British Property Federation.


The reinsurance broking and consultancy firm has appointed Chris Bennett as a partner in its London and international market division, to support JLT Re’s cyber reinsurance capability. He was most recently head of the UK treaty divisions and retro at Cooper Gay, and has also worked as a director at AJ Gallagher UK.


The law firm has announced the appointment of Lisa Worley as chief marketing officer. She joins from Barclays, where she was most recently managing director of customer engagement for direct investments. Worley has over 23 years’ experience, and has also held roles at EY.

Oxford Capital

Robin Lincoln has been appointed portfolio director at the investment management firm. He joins from Lloyds Bank, where he managed and exited its equity portfolio of over 300 companies. Lincoln has over 15 years’ private equity and venture capital experience, and has also held roles at HgCapital and ISIS Equity Partners.

Hastings Direct

The insurance provider has appointed Matthew Stevens as customer claims director. He spent the past seven years at Bupa Global, where he held the positions of head of claims management and head of customer services respectively.

DAC Beachcroft

Craig Dickson has been appointed chief executive of the law firm’s claims solutions group (CSG). He was previously head of CSG’s motor division and replaces Bill Paton, who joined RSA in March.

HML Holdings

The property management, insurance and ancillary services provider has appointed Elizabeth Holden as non-executive director. She was previously a partner at Slaughter and May, and is also a non-executive at Great Portland Estates.

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