City Moves for 11 April 2017 - who's switching jobs at Keystone Law, LCH Group and Pembridge Resources

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Today's City Moves cover legal eagles, clearing and natural resource explorers. Take a look at these movers and shakers:

Keystone Law

Keystone Law has appointed TLT’s head of maritime Anastasia Papadopoulou to its marine and shipping team. Anastasia advises ship owners and financial institutions on term loan facilities for the acquisition of newbuilding or second-hand commercial ships, on debt finance restructurings, on revolving credit facilities and lease finance transactions. Highly experienced in dealing with a wider range of commercial shipping matters, she is regularly instructed to provide guidance to owners on ship sale and purchase and ship registration, on bareboat charterparties and flagging, on shipbuilding contracts, on settlement agreements, on pool agreements and on shipmanagement agreements. She also assists operators with their commercial agreements, freight forwarding agreements and logistics contracts. The firm has also made another senior appointment, of leading superyacht lawyer Benjamin Maltby from Ince & Co. Barrister Benjamin is highly experienced in the areas of yachting and luxury asset law, specialising in finance, construction and purchase, in addition to operational matters such as taxation, insurance and employment. He also advises in relation to private aviation and art.

LCH Group

LCH, a leading global clearing house, has appointed Daniel Maguire as LCH Group chief operating officer. He assumes this role in addition to his current responsibilities as global head of rates and FX derivatives. As chief operating officer, Daniel will be responsible for achieving new business growth, maintaining existing customer relationships and driving innovation and efficiency across the group, while ensuring LCH’s risk and resilience is fully safeguarded. Building on his strong track record of innovation, delivery and control in his current role, Daniel will also be responsible for the development of an integrated global product strategy and its execution, working in partnership with the chief executives of LCH’s regulated CCPs, the group chief risk officer and other relevant function heads.

Pembridge Resources

Aim-listed natural resource exploration and development company, has appointed Spencer Davey as vice president of business development with immediate effect. Spencer Davey is a mining professional with 15 years’ experience across Australia, China, Europe and the UK. He is the director of Southsea Consulting, where he successfully led the Aim flotation for Saffron Energy, an Italian based gas producer, which completed earlier this year. He has also advised numerous clients, including Rio Tinto, on corporate finance and strategy initiatives.

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