City Moves for 03 December 2013 | Who’s switching jobs

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Holley Holland
The consultancy has appointed Alex Cameron as a principal consultant. He has over 25 years’ experience in financial services, qualified as a solicitor at Allen & Overy, and has worked with the Bank of England, Barclays Capital and Barclays Business Banking.

Altius Associates
The private equity advisory firm has appointed Rhonda Ryan as partner and head of Europe, Middle East and Africa investments. She was previously managing director, head of private funds group Europe at Pinebridge Investments. Ryan has over 20 years’ investment experience, and was also previously head of private equity at Insight Investment, the asset management division of HBOS.

City Financial
The fund manager has appointed Anthony McDonald as senior investment analyst within its multi asset team. He joins from Morningstar OBSR, where he was a senior investment research analyst. McDonald has also held roles at ABN Amro Asset Management and Forsyth Partners.

Argyll Partners
The corporate finance advisory firm has appointed Alistair Lee as head of its debt advisory business. He joins from GGW, where he remains a consultant, and previously led the consumer retail sector at RBS for many years.

Stonehage Investment Partners
Guy Hudson has been appointed executive director and head of business development at the investment advisory arm of the multi family office. With 29 years’ experience in the sector, he was most recently head of client services at Heartwood, the wealth manager. Hudson has also held senior roles at BNY Mellon Asset Management.

Turley Associates
The planning consultancy has appointed James Anderson as head of local engagement. He joined in November from Camargue, where he was a senior account manager. Anderson is also a former assistant director at the British Property Federation.

The law firm has announced the appointment of Bryan Johnston as a partner in its real estate practice. He joins from Clifford Chance, where he was a senior associate in its real estate litigation practice in London. Johnston qualified in 2004.