Today's City Moves cover cars, wealth advisory and research. Take a look at these movers and shakers:
Ineos Automotive has appointed Mornie Robertson, former vice president of human resources at Tesla as its HR director. A world-class HR professional, Mornie will bring years of experience in the automotive industry, including eight years at Tesla, to Projekt Grenadier. Mornie began her career at BMW as a HR business manager, where she worked for almost 10 years. After this she worked briefly for Porsche as group HR manager before joining Tesla Motors in 2009. During her time at Tesla Motors, Mornie took on increasing levels of responsibility, taking on a global HR role in 2013, where she was responsible for all HR activity outside the United States. In her role as vice president, Mornie provided strategic and tactical HR leadership and ongoing regional and global expansion. Her appointment represents a significant step in the development of Ineos Automotive.
Owl Private Office
Annamaria Koerling has joined the Owl partnership, the overarching advisory consultancy serving very wealthy families and endowments. Annamaria, who previously headed the wealth management business of C. Hoare & Co and oversaw its sale to Cazenove Capital, following which she subsequently became a non-executive director of Schroder & Co, now becomes a partner together with founders, Adam Wethered, William Drake and Andrew Wimble.
Alex McIntosh, currently YouGov's chief strategy officer, has been appointed to the role of chief financial officer and will join the board with effect from 6 December. Alex joined YouGov in 2007 as corporate finance manager, has been chief strategy officer since 2011, and also oversaw YouGov’s UK business from 2015 to 2016. He previously worked in corporate finance advising a wide range of companies on their growth plans and first worked with YouGov in 2005 while at Grant Thornton when he assisted with the group’s initial public offering on Aim. Alex is a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, and his appointment follows completion of a recruitment process assisted by a leading executive search firm. Sundip Chahal, the group’s chief operating officer, will also join the board with effect from 6 December. Sundip has been with YouGov since 2005 and has been the group’s chief operating officer since 2014. He initially joined YouGov’s UK business as BrandIndex sales director, becoming managing director of data products in 2008. In 2009 he was appointed as COO of YouGov’s Mena business and relocated to Dubai to oversee the expansion of YouGov’s core online services across Mena.