Today's City Moves cover asset management, entertainment and the body overseeing chartered accountants. Take a look at these movers and shakers:
Jupiter Asset Management
List fund manager Jupiter Asset Management has appointed Matteo Dante Perruccio to the newly created role of head of global key clients and strategic partners, following the company’s successful phase of international expansion into continental Europe and Asia. As an executive adviser, Matteo most recently was responsible for establishing Jupiter’s business in Milan, Italy. Previously, Matteo served for eight years as non-executive director of Jupiter and has 30 years’ experience in the asset management industry, including various roles in Pioneer Investments, finally as chief executive of Pioneer Investment Management. He will be joined by David Conway, global sales director, an experienced international sales and distribution expert who opened Jupiter’s first Asian office in Singapore. Matteo will report into Nick Ring, Jupiter’s global head of distribution.
Time Out Group
Time Out Group, the global media and entertainment business with food and cultural markets, has appointed Christine Petersen as chief executive of its business division Time Out Digital, effective immediately and reporting into Time Out Group chief exec Julio Bruno. Christine brings a wealth of international experience in media, e-commerce and travel and has led global growth strategies for digital travel brands such as TripAdvisor where she was president of TripAdvisor for business and chief marketing officer. Her expertise will be invaluable in helping Time Out Group to leverage the growth opportunity within Time Out Digital.
The former chief executive of HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), Dame Lin Homer CB will be appointed to Icas Council as a public interest member on 28 April. She succeeds Judith Sischy, and her appointment is for four years. Public interest members serve as full members of the council and have equal voting rights with the CA Members. In addition to serving on the council, Lin, will sit on some of the other council committees, and Icas operational boards. Lin is a qualified lawyer with many years’ experience as a chief executive in local and central government, the Home Office and the Department for Transport. She was chief executive of HMRC from 2012-2016, where she oversaw the tax authority’s digital transformation strategy. During this time, she worked with Icas, seeking feedback from members on the progress of the tax authority’s move online. Since leaving HMRC, she has taken up a role on the governing body of the University of Birmingham.