City Moves for 17 October 2017 - who's switching jobs at Tunstall, Ineos and BWB?

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Today's City Moves cover real estate, shale and compliance. Take a look at these movers and shakers:


Tunstall Real Estate Asset Management, the newly formed pan-European alternative investment management firm, announces that it has expanded its senior management team by appointing Nicola Burke as general counsel. Nicola joins Tunstall from Goodwin Procter LLP and has over 12 years’ experience advising private equity investors, international corporates, financial institutions and investment managers. In her role at Tunstall, Nicola will be responsible for all legal matters including corporate transactions, capital raising, fund structuring, joint ventures, corporate governance, debt origination as well as operational legal matters. Nicola received a first class honours degree in law at the University of Durham and completed the legal practice course at Nottingham Law School. Nicola is a practising solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales.


Ineos Shale has appointed Ron Coyle as chief executive after nearly 20 years at Ineos’ Phenol division. Ron was previously the commercial director of Ineos Phenol. He began his career in the US military where he reached the rank of army captain. After completing his term in the forces, he earned an MBA from Emory’s Goizueta Business School, joined Ineos Phenol in 1998 and became its commercial director in 2010. During his time in this role, Ron was responsible for all global sales and commercial activities for the world’s largest producer of phenol and acetone.


Bates Wells Braithwaite (BWB) is pleased to announce that BWB Compliance, its growing regulatory consultancy, has hired Anna Seligman as a compliance consultant. Anna joins BWB from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), fresh from delivering the FCA’s ground-breaking project on the Ageing Population. This paper, which considers how the financial services sector must adapt to our increasing life expectancy, was published in September. Anna spent three years at the FCA, most recently as a senior associate in the supervision division. After initially joining the FCA’s newly minted competition division, Anna previously worked for the Office of Fair Trading and the Competition & Markets Authority in competition and consumer protection enforcement. Anna’s arrival at BWB coincides with a prolonged period of growth for the team, which has been underlined by a series of high-profile hires on the part of BWB Compliance over recent months. The wide-ranging nature of Anna’s experience will complement BWB clients’ needs perfectly

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