City Moves for 30 June 2015 | Who’s switching jobs

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Baker & McKenzie

The law firm has appointed Kate Alexander as principal tax adviser in its London tax practice. She joins from EY, where she has been a partner and head of markets for its international tax services group. Alexander has also worked as head of UK patent box at EY.

Savills Investment Management

Peter Brostrom has been appointed head of the Nordic region at the property investment manager. He joined the firm as transactions manager in 2008, and became portfolio manager for the Nordic Retail fund in 2014.

City Noble

The pensions and investments advisory firm has appointed Birgitta Bostrom as associate. She joins from Schroders, where she managed a group of fixed income product managers and product executives. Bostrom has also held roles at Wellington Management Company, GAM, the World Bank and the Central Bank of Sweden.

Clyde & Co

Paul Dillon has been appointed partner in the law firm’s international trade and energy practices. He joins from Reed Smith, and has more than 25 years’ experience in all forms of dispute resolution.


The health and wellbeing mutual has appointed Alice Beckwith as head of member experience. She joins from the City of York Council, where she was transformation programme manager.

Walker Crips

Tony Manning has been appointed investment manager at the investment and wealth management group. He joins from JM Finn, where he has been an investment manager since 2009. Manning has also previously spent 27 years at Barclays.

Addington Capital

The asset management and investment property company has appointed Nic Bouma to head its development management business. He joins from the V&A Waterfront, where he was development manager. Bouma has also held roles at Barclays ABSA.


The planning consultancy has appointed Amy Gilham as associate director to lead its economics work in London. She has previously held roles at edaw/AECOM and Regeneris.

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