City Moves for 24 February 2016 | Who’s switching jobs

Joseph Millis
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Tim Warren has joined central London property firm GN2 after nearly eight years at Cluttons LLP to lead in the expansion of their investment advisory offer. Tim has over 23 years’ experience and has been appointed director and head of the central London sales & investment team, based in the West End. Tim will be responsible for advising occupiers and investors on central & greater London office and retail markets. Specialising in central London, Tim has an extensive track record of acting for owner occupiers, UK and overseas funds, large and small property companies, landed estates and UK & overseas private investors.

Cyrus Investment Management

Cyrus Investment Management, the specialist engineering turnaround EIS investment adviser, has announced the appointment of Lord Peter Hain, formerly secretary of state for Wales, and General Sir Peter Wall, formerly Chief of the General Staff, to CIM’s advisory board. Hain served in the government for 12 years, seven of these in the cabinet, where he helped to negotiate the 2007 settlement to end the conflict in Northern Ireland and was a foreign minister with successive responsibilities for Africa, the Middle East and Europe. Wall joined the Royal Engineers from Sandhurst in 1974. In 2010, he was appointed as chief of the general staff after a year as commander-in-chief land forces. He has served in the Balkans, and Iraq. He has extensive experience of Whitehall and working at the top of government. Wall is now director of Amicus, a strategic leadership consultancy, specialising in imparting military command experience to the corporate world.


E-commerce provider Tryzens has appointed Gregory Straw as its new partner manager. Greg joins Tryzens after working as a partner management executive at Sitecore, where he was principally tasked with the implementation and management of the new UK partner programme, managing growth partner accounts and recruiting new digital agencies into the ecosystem. Greg is also a special adviser for the British Interactive Media Association.

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