City Moves for 16 June 2017 - who's switching jobs at BNP Paribas Asset Management, Mazars and CBRE

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Today's City Moves cover asset management, accountancy and advisory and real estate. Take a look at these movers and shakers:

BNP Paribas Asset Management

BNP Paribas Asset Management has appointed Simeon Tsonev to the role of currencies portfolio manager within its emerging markets fixed income team, further strengthening the team. In this newly created role, Simeon will be responsible for alpha-generating decisions within emerging market currencies. He will be based in London, reporting to Bryan Carter, head of emerging markets fixed income. Simeon has eight years of investment experience and joins from Credit Suisse where he was a vice president of FX options trading, with a focus on emerging market currencies, and had market-making responsibilities in the Asian, eastern European, Middle Eastern and African currency options markets. At Credit Suisse, he worked in New York, London and most recently Singapore, developing the bank’s e-FX electronic options market-making platform and researching systematic relative value strategies in currencies on over-the-counter and listed markets.

Mazars

Mazars, the international accountancy and advisory firm, has appointed Paul Joyce as a partner and head of corporate finance in London. Paul is a chartered accountant with over 12 years’ experience of working on mergers and acquisitions for a wide range of management team, private equity and corporate clients. His work covers both the buy-side and the sell-side of deals. He joins Mazars from Deloitte where he originated and led transactions across a range of industries, with particular expertise in business services and financial services, completing over 20 deals in these sectors. Paul was also responsible for leading the firm’s corporate finance advisory relationships with large corporates, with a focus on the FTSE 250 firms. Prior to joining Deloitte in 2006, Paul worked at Credit Suisse and PwC. His extensive experience will add great value to Mazars’ team.

CBRE

Global real estate adviser, CBRE, has hired experienced leasing agent Jack Knivett into its City leasing team. Jack joins as a Director from BNP Paribas real estate, where he has spent the last two years providing leasing and development advice to a wide range of real estate investors. Jack has over 10 years’ experience in the Midtown, City and South Bank markets having previously been a partner at Farebrother. His wide ranging expertise and knowledge of a variety of markets will be a valuable addition to CBRE’s City team as it continues to expand. Jack’s expertise and experience will complement CBRE’s already strong City team and will further enhance the group’s ability to provide a best-in-class service to our clients.

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