Today's City Moves cover property, wealth management and legal eagles. Take a look at these movers and shakers:
CBRE has hired international office market expert Peter Victor to lead its tenant representation and acquisition services for occupier clients across the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. Peter is joining CBRE from Cushman & Wakefield in London where for the past 10 years he led the group’s EMEA cross-border tenant rep and agency leasing activities. Peter will be based in London with responsibility for leading CBRE’s pan-EMEA occupier and tenancy representation. At Cushman & Wakefield, Peter was also responsible for relationship management and service delivery oversight for a number of global clients and was instrumental in connecting teams across the world to execute major occuper requirements. Previously, Peter was vice president and regional leasing director with Boston Properties in San Francisco.
RBC Wealth Management
RBC Wealth Management, part of Royal Bank of Canada, has announced a number of senior appointments as it expands the servicing team under the business’ client segment strategy. Priya Sriskantharajah and Sharon Templeton join the corporate executives client segment team as directors, while Jakub Brogowski and Matthew Hunter join the business owners and entrepreneurs team as a director and associate director respectively. Priya brings 13 years of experience from Lloyd’s Banking Group where she most recently served as global relationship lead (motor retail), occupying a prominent role in transaction-based work and focused on new business origination. Joining from Smith & Williamson, Ms. Templeton has over 20 years’ experience in investment structuring, having previously advised resident and non-domiciled private clients from Europe and the US on their personal and cross-border tax positions.
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, known as Freshfields, has appointed Ben Morgan as a partner in its corporate crime and global investigations practice. Ben will join Freshfields from the Serious Fraud Office where he is joint-head of bribery and corruption reporting to the director of the SFO, David Green QC. Ben’s appointment is a reflection of the success of the current team and the firm’s commitment to expanding its capability in this space to match client demand as a result of increased enforcement by prosecutors and regulators globally based on the criminalisation of corporate conduct. In his new role, Ben will be joining the global team which currently includes four partners in London with particular experience and expertise in corporate crime matters acting for corporates and financial institutions.
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