City Moves for 23 June 2017 - who's switching jobs at Moo, Aviva and Mazars?

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Today's City Moves cover printing stars, property and accountancy. Take a look at these movers and shakers:


Aviva has appointed Maurice Tulloch as an executive director of the company. Tulloch is currently chief executive officer, international insurance, with responsibility for Aviva’s insurance operations in France, Canada, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Poland, Turkey and India. Tulloch joined Aviva in 1992. Prior to his most recent appointment as CEO, International Insurance, he was executive chairman, global general insurance, a role he assumed additional responsibility for in July 2014 during his time as chief executive officer of Aviva’s UK & Ireland general insurance business. As chairman, global general insurance, his focus was on maximising GI’s potential and growth across the Aviva Group. Prior to this, he was chief executive officer of Aviva Canada a position he took up in January 2010. He has been an active industry voice both in the UK and Canadian markets.


Digital print and design company Moo, has appointed Nick Ruotolo as its new chief operating officer. With more than 20 years of experience, Ruotolo will be focusing on driving the 10-year-old e-commerce company’s operations and strategic growth. Ruotolo’s experience includes leadership roles at Vistaprint, where he helped grow the company into a multi-billion dollar business, and The Home Shopping Network, where he led the launch of Most recently, he served as chief commercial officer at hospitality company onefinestay, which he helped guide to a successful exit in 2016. The design company has six offices across the UK and the US, almost 500 employees, and customers in over 190 countries worldwide.


Mazars, the international accountancy and advisory firm, has appointed Sarah Lord as a financial planning partner in London. Lord is a chartered and certified financial planner and a fellow of the Personal Finance Society with over 12 years’ experience of working with private clients on their personal and family affairs. Lord is a board member of the Personal Finance Society, a member of the Insurance Institute of London Council and also a member of the Insurance Institute of London – financial services committee. She joins from Killik and Co. where she built and maintained the firm’s financial planning business from zero revenue to a successful business with over 10 planners, and was responsible for the integration of financial planning with the investment management business. She brings a wealth of experience in planning for individuals, development of a ‘private client’ business, and work with the legal market. Prior to joining Killik in 2009, Sarah ran her own consultancy and worked at Walker Crips and PIFC.

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