City Moves for 1 November 2016 | Who’s switching jobs

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Carter Jonas

Carter Jonas has appointed Dudley Holme-Turner as partner and national head of valuations. Dudley will be based out of Carter Jonas’s head office in Chapel Place, London, and will work closely with the valuations team across the UK which is currently 26 people strong. Dudley joins from Cushman and Wakefield where he was joint-head of the commercial valuations team, specialising in loan security. Dudley was previously a director at DTZ, where he worked for 12 years, having started his career at Lambert Smith Hampton. He has extensive knowledge of valuation and development appraisals across the commercial property sector and has advised a number of UK and international private clients and funds.

​Cath Kidston

Marty Wikstrom has joined the board of Cath Kidston as a non-executive director. Marty is a founding partner of Atelier Fund, which specialises in the acquisition and development of luxury brands. She currently sits on the boards of Fortnum & Mason, Johnstons of Elgin, The Rug Company and Farrow & Ball. Previously she was a non-executive director of Bally International and Space.NK. Marty was also CEO of the Fashion and Accessories businesses of Compagnie Financiere Richemont SA, the world’s second largest luxury goods holding company. She has, in the past, served as managing director of Harrods and was a board director of Harrods Holdings, Harrods Estates and Kurt Geiger. She spent 19 years at Nordstrom where she rose from a part-time sales assistant to president of the Full Line Stores Group.

London & Capital

Global wealth and asset manager London & Capital has hired Marc Graveney as chief digital officer. Marc has vast experience in managing and developing the information technology infrastructure of wealth management firms. His more recent experience includes chief technology officer and head of IT roles in a managed service provider, a large and prominent global family office and BlueBay Asset Management LLP. Marc’s career spans more than 25 years; prior to a recent project at MBA information technology, he was the head of digital business at Waypoint Capital handling internal systems risk mitigation, digital venture capital and strategic initiatives. As the global head of IT at Armajaro Trading (now Ecom Agroindustrial) Marc delivered a complete IT transformation improving data accuracy, usability and global reach. He joined Bluebay Asset Management LLP at their inception in 2001 as the head of IT Infrastructure, where he established their original platform and delivered mission-critical IT services over a 10-year period.

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