City Moves for 25 August 2015 | Who’s switching jobs

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The property services firm has announced the appointment of Johnny Morris as its first research director. He joins from Hamptons International, part of the Countrywide Group, where he has been head of research since 2013.

Mirabaud Asset Management

The asset management firm has appointed Ken Nicholson to manage European small cap and mid cap equity portfolios. He joins from Standard Life Investments, where he was investment director for smaller companies, and managed the Standard Life European Smaller Companies fund between 2007 and 2014.

Towers Watson

Ann Flynn has been appointed senior consultant in the professional services firm’s UK defined contribution pensions consulting team. She was formerly an independent consultant, having run her own practice after leaving Standard Life in 2013, where she was head of workplace distribution proposition. Flynn has also held positions at Scottish Widows and AEGON Scottish Equitable.


The equity advisory firm has announced the appointment of Anna Bossong as UK technology, media and telecoms analyst. She most recently worked at Unicredit Group, where she was head of Europe, Middle East and Africa telecoms research and deputy head of Europe and Middle East research for 10 years. Bossong has also held roles at Daiwa Europe, ING Barings and Porter Western.


The UK subsidiary of the State Bank of India’s investment banking arm has announced the appointment of Sumit Jamuar as chief executive. He was most recently managing director and global head of sales and global clients at Lloyds Banking Group. Jamuar has also worked as a consultant at McKinsey & Co.


Mats Granryd has been appointed director general of the mobile operators representative body. He was most recently president and chief executive of Tele2 Group, and will assume leadership of the GSMA on 1 January 2015. Granryd has also held senior roles at Ericsson, ARRIGO and Andersen Consulting.

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