London Bullion Market Association
The London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) has appointed Andy Quinn as non-executive director. He currently serves as a director of Randgold Resources, the Africa focussed FTSE 100 gold mining company, where he chairs the remuneration committee and is also a member of the audit committee. Having served on the board since 2011, he takes up his role of senior independent director of Randgold at the end of October. A 40- year veteran of the mining industry, Andy retired at the end of 2011 from his position as Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce's head of mining investment banking for Europe and Africa after 15 years in the role.
KPMG has appointed Stephen Mortimer as a director within its enterprise practice. Stephen joins KPMG Enterprise from Grant Thornton where he has spent the last five years building their financial management and consulting practices, working with businesses around the issues of strategy, operations and transformation. Stephen, who was ranked one of Accountancy Age magazine’s top 35 under 35 last year, will build on KPMG’s existing presence in the financial management and consulting space and will use his significant experience in both practice and industry to work with privately owned and private equity backed businesses across sectors.
FRP Advisory, concurrent administrators to BHS, has boosted its forensic services team with the appointment of Christopher Osborne as partner from Alvarez & Marsal and the promotion to partner of Mark Iwaszko. Christopher and Mark are based in FRP Advisory's London office and are engaged in complex disputes and investigation projects involving forensic accounting and the recovery and analysis of significant volumes of data across multiple platforms and jurisdictions. Current FRP Advisory appointments include acting as concurrent administrators to BHS which comprises a significant data capture and analysis process as part of a wide reaching investigation. FRP Advisory has also invested in the relativity e-disclosure and analytics platform to support the firm’s litigation and investigation matters.
Macquarie Securities has named Toby McCullagh and Matthew Webb as senior analysts in its consumer research team in London. Prior to joining Macquarie, Toby spent three years at Citi covering companies in the home and personal care industry. He has also previously held roles in the research teams of Morgan Stanley and Bear Stearns where he covered tobacco and mid-cap food stocks, in addition to covering global consumer staples at Martin Currie. Matthew has almost two decades of consumer investment experience, with a particular focus on the beverage industry. He joined Macquarie from JP Morgan, where he led the general retail research team for three years, having previously been a leading beverages analyst at JPM and Cazenove, which he joined in 2000 from Credit Suisse.
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