City Moves for 29 July 2015 | Who’s switching jobs

 
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KPMG

Craig Steven-Jennings has been appointed partner in the professional services firm’s enterprise practice. He joins from KPMG’s South African firm and will be based in London. Steven-Jennings first joined its Cape Town office in 1999 and became an audit partner in 2005.

Tokio Marine Kiln

The insurance provider has promoted Paul Culham to the role of chief underwriting officer of its Lloyd’s platform Tokio Marine Kiln Syndicates. He has been an underwriter of the special risks and enterprise risk divisions of Lloyd’s Syndicate 510 since 2007 and 2011 respectively. He joined Tokio Marine Kiln on its graduate programme in 1987.

Eversheds

The law firm has announced several appointments to its London planning team. Morag Thomson joins as partner from Marrons Shakespeares. Richard Marsh joins as principal associate from Bircham Dyson Bell. Laura Beth Hutton joins as a senior associate from Marrons Shakespeares. Finally, Matt Nixon joins as a senior associate from Forsters.

Moore Management

Andrew Maiden has been appointed director at the fund services provider. He joins from Northern Trust in Guernsey, where he was most recently vice president, head of Guernsey relationship management and senior client relationship manager.

SunLife

The financial services firm has appointed Simon Stanney as head of its emerging general insurance distribution business. He has 23 years’ experience, and has also held roles at HSBC, RAC, Ageas and Castle Cover.

Irwin Mitchell

Penny Cogher has been appointed pensions partner at the law firm. She joins from Charles Russell Speechly, where she was a partner. Cogher has 23 years’ experience as a pensions lawyer, and specialises in advising UK and international companies and their pension trustees on UK pension arrangements.

Ares & Co

The financial services consultancy has appointed Ravi Chauhan as partner to lead its London business. He joins from Depfa Bank, where he was managing director and head of corporate development for its London operations.

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