City Moves for 17 March 2016 | Who’s switching jobs

Joseph Millis
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Morgan McKinley

Global recruiter Morgan McKinley has appointed Lauren Di Ventura as global head of learning & development. Lauren brings over 15 years of extensive experience developing and implementing effective people strategies within learning and development in the recruitment industry. Lauren started her career as a recruiter at Blue Arrow and then progressed to recruitment manager at Manpower­Group. She then went on to hold positions with the training sector at A4E, Insight and Tesco Personal Finance. Her most recent role was as global learning and talent director for SThree for eight years.

Colliers International

Colliers International Group, a global provider of commercial real estate services, has announced that Andrew Haskins has joined as executive director, research and advisory services, Asia. Andrew comes with 25 years’ experience, including 13 years in Asia, in equity analysis and strategic research. Leading Colliers’ research teams across the region, Haskins will drive a more integrated and client-centric research approach to deliver forward looking market insights, predictions and thought leadership for our clients and our professionals. Andrew graduated from Cambridge University with a master’s degree in law and Japanese studies.

Vero Group

Vero Group, the student accommodation company, has announced the appointment of Rob Roger as its chief executive. He will take up the new role in the summer. Rob had previously been chief executive of Spire Healthcare Group, the private hospital network. He will lead the existing executive team at Vero Group including Iliya Blazic, managing director, Stephen Leung, chief financial officer and David Tymms, chief operating officer.

Qube Global Software

Emma Zimmer and Cheryl Allen have joined the operations team of City-based software company Qube Global Software. Emma joins as implementation consultant, responsible for assisting new customers in implementing the software and ensuring they are gaining maximum benefit from its capabilities. She previously worked for a number of property businesses in her native Australia, including CBRE. Cheryl joins as a business consultant from real estate company Derwent London. She is responsible for testing service packs, internal and external training and system administration for clients. Her previous experience in the property sector enables her to work closely with the development team to enhance and improve the product.

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