City Moves for 1 August 2013 | Who’s switching jobs

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Premier Farnell
The electronics company has announced the appointment of Andrea Dunstan as chief people officer. Dunstan has over 20 years’ experience in human resources (HR). She was previously group HR director at Wincanton. Prior to that, she worked at AstraZeneca.

Royal Bank of Canada
The bank’s capital markets division has recruited Sian Hurrell as head of fixed income and currencies sales for Europe. Hurrell brings over 22 years’ industry experience. She was most recently at RBS, where she was head of sales for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Prior to that, she held various roles at HSBC in Australia and the UK.

The commercial real estate services and investment firm has made two new hires to its central London residential agency team. Brothers Julien and Luke Mills both join the company as executive directors. They previously worked at Savills for 15 years, where they headed its London residential team.
Colin Bettam has joined the e-reading company as chief marketing officer. He was formerly vice president of marketing at LG Electronics. Prior to that, he held senior marketing roles at Coors Brewing Company, XM Satellite Radio, and McCain Foods.

Marex Spectron
The commodities and financial markets broker has hired a new FX team. Peter Snasdell joins from CIBC, where he was executive director with responsibility for FX, FX options and precious metals. Keith Mash and Paul Spillman join from Newedge. They both have expertise in client sales, broking and trading.

Rustam Mursalimov has been appointed equity portfolio manager and director in the Russian bank’s asset management team. He was previously equity portfolio manager at DEKA Asset Management in Germany.

Ivan Ritossa has joined the brokerage and provider of post-trade risk services as non-executive director. He has also been appointed to its remuneration and risk committees. Ritossa is currently head of Latin America, Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa at Barclays Investment Bank.