The investment bank has appointed Phil Walker as head of healthcare corporate finance. He was most recently executive director in corporate finance at Nomura Code Securities, a boutique investment banking firm he co-founded. Walker has also held roles at WestLB Panmure and Panmure Gordon.
Ben Money-Coutts has been appointed chief financial officer at the stockbroking, corporate finance and institutional advisory group. He joined in 2013 from Saltus Partners, where he had been partner, chief financial officer and chief operating officer since 2007. Money-Coutts has also held roles at Bridgewell Securities, Arthur Andersen, Charterhouse and ING Barings.
The investment management firm has appointed Tom Bradley as managing director of its growth capital investment business. He joins from DN Capital, where he was partner specialising in the software and internet sectors. Bradley was previously a founder partner at DFJ Esprit in London.
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Eiji Fukumuro has been appointed managing director for Europe and the Middle East. He joined the UK office of Daiwa International Capital Management in 1996, and spent 10 years as company secretary and compliance officer. Fukumuro has also held roles for the firm in Tokyo, and at PwC and KPMG.
The investment management firm’s stewardship service has announced the appointment of two associate directors. Christine Chow Knowles joins from Homage Consulting in Hong Kong, where she was a managing director. She has also held roles at Hewitt Bacon & Woodrow. Jaime Gornsztejn joins from the Brazilian National Economic Development Bank, where he was a managing director and member of its board.
The management consulting practice at Charles River Associates has announced two appointments in London. Yann Duchesne previously worked for McKinsey & Co for 20 years, including as managing partner for France. Devendra Kumar has held senior roles at Barclays, RBS, and WorldPay.
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