City Moves for 02 October 2015 | Who’s switching jobs

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The law firm has appointed Dyann Heward-Mills as a partner to its data protection and privacy practice in London. The qualified barrister joins from GE Capital, where she was global senior privacy counsel. Prior to joining GE Capital, Heward-Mills spent five years at Linklaters as their senior privacy and communications lawyer. She was called to the bar in 2001, completing her pupillage at Hogarth Chambers, Lincoln’s Inn.


Brian Coulton joins the ratings agency as chief economist. He joins from Legal and General Investment Management, where he was their emerging market strategist since 2010. Before that, he spent over a decade with Fitch. He’s also been an adviser at the Treasury.


The investment manager has appointed Michael Samaha as managing director for its global institutional relationship group. He joins from PIMCO, where he was responsible for the Middle East and Africa. At Pramerica, he will focus on expanding its operations in the Middle East and Europe.


The fintech data analytics firm has appointed Tim Apps, former Deutsche Bank executive, as chief technology officer, and Nishat Rezvi, formerly of Goldman Sachs, as head of European sales.


The property investment company has appointed David Bellingham as director of sales for Europe and the UK. Previously the chief executive of PIAS, an investment subsidiary of Aviva, he joins the IP global management team.


The North Sea-focused firm has appointed Frank Moxon as non-executive director.
Moxon has over 25 years’ experience as a corporate financier and is former head of corporate finance at Williams de Broe. He is managing director of Hoyt Moxon, and a fellow of the Energy Institute and a member of the Petroleum Exploration Society of Great Britain.


The market performance company has appointed Michael Karg as chief executive. He succeeds Michael Greenless, and will officially take the reins in January 2016. Karg has a career in the marketing industry which spans over 15 years, and has worked at agencies like Razorfish and Digitas.

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