City Moves - who's switching jobs at Weatherbys Private Bank, British Property Federation and Lunson Mitchenall?

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Today's City Moves cover banks, property, and retail and leisure. Take a look at these movers and shakers:

Weatherbys Private Bank

Weatherbys Private Bank has appointed Oliver Barnett as an associate director and new team head, reporting to Quentin Marshall, head of private banking. Barnett joins from Signia Wealth where he was head of lending. Previously he spent more than seven years at C Hoare & Co Private Bank where his team compiled and managed complex lending propositions, as well as adding significantly to the growth of the wealth management business. He also helped launch and develop the dedicated entrepreneurs’ team. Weatherbys is a seventh generation, family-run company serving the high net worth individual market since 1770. It was brought together in 1994 to meet the banking needs of racehorse owners. The private bank offers a full service including banking, lending and investment and planning advice.

British Property Federation

Paul Brundage – executive vice-president and senior managing director, Europe, at Oxford Properties – has been appointed the president of the British Property Federation (BPF). Brundage succeeds David Sleath, chief executive of Segrp, who stood down as president this month. The BPF has appointed Helen Gordon, chief executive of Grainger, as its new junior vice-president. Gordon will take over the junior vice-president role from Landsec chief executive Robert Noel, who becomes the BPF’s vice-president.

Lunson Mitchenall

Lunson Mitchenall, an independent retail and leisure agency, has grown its lease advisory team with the appointment of Nick Klein. Klein, who is formerly of JLL, joins the expanding lease advisory team which has enjoyed a successful first six months of the year. Klein brings over 25 years’ experience to the role and has worked with the likes of JLL and Cushman and Wakefield during his time. In his role at Lunson Mitchenall, he will be joining Andrew Ainscough’s team to work with an impressive array of clients across the country including Intu Properties, British Land, Standard Life and Land Securities, and is now the biggest in the UK. The news also come as the catering and leisure division has also expanded with the appointment of Harry Cody who will focus on the London remit. Headed up by Peter Courtney, the team has had a busy first half of the year through ongoing work with Drake & Morgan, Intu and AEW Europe in London and across the rest of the country. Klein’s appointment comes seven months after Cherelyn Elborne joined the lease advisory division and brings the team up to a total of six. Lunson Mitchenall’s team currently advises on over 40 UK shopping centres.

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