City Moves for 12 February 2016 | Who’s switching jobs

Joseph Millis
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High-end estate agents JOHNS&CO has appointed two new directors. Clynton Nel and Chris Boswell both join from Hamptons International. Clynton, who has joined the team as residential director, will be based in the firm’s new Marsh Wall office in Canary Wharf. He has over 13 years’ experience in the property industry, specialising in renewals and client services. Chris has joined as east London lettings director, bringing with him over 12 years’ experience in the rental market. He has worked at a number of high profile estate agencies, including Hamptons International and Foxtons.


Keith Edelman, a former managing director of Arsenal, has joined peer-to-peer board community Criticaleye as a board mentor. Criticaleye is a resource for senior executives and global leadership teams. Keith is currently senior independent director and chairman of the remuneration committee at Supergroup as well as a non-executive chairman of Goal Soccer Centres and Revolution Bars Group, and a non-executive director at Safestore Holdings and the London Legacy Development Corporation. Keith has extensive international experience in the retail, leisure and property sectors having served on the boards of public companies for over 30 years.

Callcredit Information Group

Callcredit Information Group has restructured its software, analytics and fraud division and has appointed Rick Biggs as managing director. Rick joins from software analytics firm FICO, where he was VP and deputy managing director, EMEA. He is joined by Robin Findlay, who has more than 20 years’ experience working with global clients in the US, Canada, Middle East and EMEA, specialising in innovation for decisioning, fraud, core banking software and analytic solutions for retail banks and financial services firms, and Sarah Murphy, who brings more than 20 years’ risk management and operational experience in banking and global consulting. Sarah previously led FICO’s EMEA and APJ lifecycle advisory team and will develop a new, independent consultancy practice within Callcredit Information Group’s Software, analytics and fraud division.


System integration and technology consulting company Excelian has appointed Alasdair Earl as the head of OpenLink practice. Alasdair joined Excelian in January 2014 and has been acting as interim head of OpenLink. He previously held roles at Credit Agricole CIB and Barclays Capital.

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