City Moves for 5 June 2015 | Who’s switching jobs

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The insurer has announced the appointment of Angus Marshall as mergers & acquisitions (M&A) manager for the UK. He joined AIG in 2013 as an M&A underwriter. Marshall has also held positions in PwC’s international tax and M&A practice and in Norton Rose Fulbright’s private M&A division.

Edmond de Rothschild

Philippe Jouard has been appointed head of private merchant banking in London at the asset management and private banking group. He was most recently chief executive of Concordia Capital in Qatar, which he co-founded in 2011. Jouard has also held senior positions at Qinvest, Dexia, and Credit Suisse.


The commercial property and real estate services adviser has announced two appointments to its retail capital markets division. Richard Lunn joins as associate director. He transfers internally from CBRE’s rating division, and has also held positions at Dalton Warner Davis and Savills. Tim Saull joins as a senior surveyor. He spent the past six years in CBRE’s retail agency.

City of London Police

Matt Crabtree has been seconded to the City of London Police’s insurance fraud enforcement department. He has worked at LV= for the past five years, latterly as technical controller of the claims crime prevention team. Crabtree has over 18 years’ experience in the insurance industry.

Addleshaw Goddard

The law firm has appointed Oliver Carruthers as a partner in its infrastructure, projects and energy practice. He joins from Norton Rose Fulbright, where he was of counsel in its infrastructure, mining and commodities team. Carruthers advises sponsors/developers, lending institutions, funds and governments on all aspects of project finance.

Baker & McKenzie

Mark Ford has been appointed global chief knowledge officer at the law firm. He joins after 20 years at Clifford Chance, where he led its global knowledge management team. Ford is a qualified solicitor.

Pensions Management Institute

Kevin LeGrand has been elected president of the professional body for pension scheme managers. He qualified as an associate of the PMI in 1987, and was admitted to its fellowship in 1995. LeGrand has been a member of the PMI Council for five years.

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