Today's City Moves cover healthcare advisory, retail retirement, small business lending and industrials. Take a look at these movers and shakers:
Global real estate adviser CBRE has announced a series of new appointments to its healthcare team. Nadine Upton (pictured) has joined the team as an analyst, where she will be working with the valuation and advisory teams on developing their benchmarking and market analytic systems. Nadine has a background in research and a PhD from King’s College London. Sam Wright has joined the firm from Knight Frank. In his new role, Sam will coordinate the firm’s healthcare banking advisory business which has 10 professionals providing valuation services to operators and lenders across the country. Emily Martyn has joined the healthcare team as an analyst. She joins from PwC.
Legal & General
Emma Byron has been appointed managing director, individual annuities at Legal & General’s retail retirement division. In her three years at Legal & General, Byron has worked extensively to develop the strategy for Legal & General’s retirement division. This has included leading the retirement customer engagement project to implement Legal & General’s response to pensions freedoms. Most recently, she led the group financial planning and analysis function. Prior to joining L&G, Byron was a principal in the financial services group at global strategy consultancy Oliver Wyman.
Funding Circle, the world’s leading lending platform for small businesses, has appointed Sean Glithero as its new global chief financial officer. Glithero will join Funding Circle from Auto Trader, the UK’s largest digital automotive marketplace where he is chief financial officer. He joined Auto Trader in 2006 and has held various group and divisional roles within the business. He was appointed chief financial officer in September 2012.
RBC Capital Markets
Chris Squire has been appointed as managing director of RBC Capital Market’s European industrials, chemicals and services team. Chris is based in London and will report to Mark Preston, managing director, head of industrials. Chris joins from Bank of America Merrill Lynch where he was a managing director and head of automotive and head of aerospace and defence in EMEA. At RBC, Chris will lead the group’s diversified industrials sector coverage in Europe, focusing in particular on the aerospace and defence industries, as well as automotive and capital goods and work alongside Chris Carlisle, responsible for chemicals, and James Ireland, responsible for business services.
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