City Moves for 10 November 2017 - who's switching jobs at McArthurGlen Group, EY and Citi?

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Today's City Moves cover designer retail, real estate and commercial banking. Take a look at these movers and shakers:

McArthurGlen Group

The McArthurGlen Group, Europe’s leading owner, developer and manager of designer outlets, has announced the appointment of Tom Enraght-Moony as the company’s chief customer officer. In this newly created role, Tom will be responsible for ensuring that the rapidly expanding group continues to deliver and evolve its outstanding service to customers and brand partners. He will sit on the management board of the McArthurGlen Group, and will report jointly to its chairman, JW Kaempfer, and chief executive, Julia Calabrese. The appointment comes following a period of strong growth for McArthurGlen across Europe. Tom joins McArthurGlen with more than 15 years’ experience in driving business transformation and growth at tech-enabled consumer brands. He was most recently chief executive officer at The Leisure Pass Group, the world’s largest provider of tourist city passes. Other significant positions include five years with global online dating leader,, where he was chief operating officer, and then CEO; Kano, the self-assembly computer kit and coding start-up, where he was COO; US telecomms and wireless provider, Clearwire (now part of Sprint); and AT&T Wireless.


EY has appointed Helen Pratten to its real estate, hospitality and construction (RHC) practice. Helen will be focussing on transactions and will advise UK & international clients across the real estate sector, working closely with EY’s existing real estate team in tax, corporate finance, assurance and advisory. With over 15 years’ experience as a transaction services partner, Helen was most recently at KPMG, where she was a partner offering advice and support on a range of real estate and hospitality transactions throughout the entire deal lifecycle. Her appointment is a demonstration of EY’s intent to take our UK real estate business to new heights. Helen brings a wealth of experience and a strong reputation in the market.


Citi has appointed Catherine Pierre as head of the UK for Citi Commercial Bank (CCB). Catherine will be based in London and report to Tasnim Ghiawadwala, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) head of CCB. She will join the UK operating committee chaired by UK chief country officer James Bardrick. Prior to this role, Catherine was the head of EMEA capital and portfolio management execution in the corporate bank. Catherine joined Citi in 2001 where she has held a number of senior leadership roles within the corporate and investment bank. Catherine’s experience both within Citi as well as the industry more generally, makes her the perfect candidate to lead this business going forward.

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