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

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Aldermore has appointed Roger Evans as its new head of intermediary distribution. Roger will be responsible for relationships with all residential intermediaries and will represent Aldermore across the wider lending market. He will be responsible for developing and leading both the field and telephone intermediary sales forces. Roger joins Aldermore having led a successful career with the RBS Group spanning over 30 years. Roger is best known for having played a pivotal role in the initial expansion of the NatWest intermediary mortgage business culminating in him becoming the head of intermediary mortgages. His most recent role has been in a senior leadership position as the national sales director for one of the group’s subsidiary companies.

RPC Consulting

John Rowland and Sam Worthington, who both previously worked at Willis Towers Watson, have joined RPC Consulting. John brings over 20 years' experience in software, capital issues and consulting for life insurers and will head RPC Consulting's Life Insurance capability with a focus on software for life insurers. In his previous role, John was global leader for life insurance capital modelling, responsible for developing consulting propositions and software solutions to measure and manage risk and capital covering regulatory uses such as solvency II and internal uses such as in an own risk and solvency assessment. Sam has joined RPC Consulting to broaden RPC’s modelling and consulting capabilities in investment, asset liability management and general insurance. He has 13 years of experience of developing consulting and software solutions in financial modelling, pricing and risk analytics for the insurance, pension and asset management communities. In his previous role, Sam was the global head of economic scenario generation and asset modelling.

Waterman Group

Waterman Group has appointed Michael Strong as non executive director following the retirement of Geoff Wright. Michael was previously employed by CBRE, the US publicly quoted company and leading real estate adviser, as chief executive officer and president of Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). He also held a position as executive chairman of EMEA and, during a 15-year period, successfully implemented organic and acquisitive growth strategies which saw the business employee numbers grow from 1,500 to 11,000. Currently, Michael is a non executive director of NHS Property Services where he chairs the asset and investment committee and is a member of the remuneration committee. He is also a non executive director at GCHO Holdings, the parent of Geoffrey Osborne which is a private company involved in construction development and investment activities.

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