Today's City Moves cover telecoms, real estate and insurance. Take a look at these movers and shakers:
Aim-listed telecoms software and solutions provider Artilium has appointed Rupert Hutton as its chief financial officer. Rupert is a highly motivated CFO with over 20 years’ management experience in providing all aspects of senior leadership and finance including strategy, financial control, working capital, due diligence, fund raising and change management. He is also CFO of Osirium Technologies, a UK based cyber-security software provider, where he orchestrated their successful Aim listing in April 2016. Rupert’s time will be divided between the two companies. He has particular skills in helping businesses grow and prepare for major investment, from private equity and government funding to listing companies on the Aim market of the London Stock Exchange, including the listing and sale of Atlantic Global.
International real estate advisor Savills has appointed Sally Duggleby, formerly of Amazon UK, to head up the development of its industrial and logistics occupier services offer, working alongside the firms national agency, investment and building and project consultancy teams. Previously head of Amazon UK’s real estate team, for the past seven years Sally has overseen the property acquisitions for the business, which accounted for a significant proportion of big shed (units of 100,000 sq ft +) take-up in 2016. Prior to working at Amazon, Sally spent time as an asset manager for both John Lewis and Brixton Plc and is now returning to an advisory role having started her career at Cluttons and King Sturge. Sally’s skill set is unique and will form the solid foundation for future growth.
NHBC, the UK’s leading new home warranty insurance provider, has appointed Steve Wood as its new chief executive. Steve has more than 30 years’ experience within the insurance industry. Before joining NHBC, Steve was CEO of Paymentshield, a subsidiary of Towergate Insurance, where he grew and developed the business as the UK’s number one distributor of general insurance products to the mortgage intermediary market. Prior to that he was UK managing director at Ecclesiastical Insurance Group, where he spent eight years strengthening its core market positions and broker relationships. Steve brings considerable experience of consumer markets, distribution channels and stakeholder management, all of which will assist in leading the commercial development of NHBC and setting the business on the right tracks for the future.
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