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

 
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Ashurst
The law firm has appointed Brian Dunlop as chief financial officer. He joins from Allen & Overy, where he was chief financial officer, London. He qualified as a chartered accountant with Deloitte, and has subsequently held senior roles at Pentland Group and Marconi.

Barclays
Jason Barrass has joined the bank as head of Africa trade. He was most recently at JP Morgan, where he was managing director in its global trade organisation and head of trade sales for the region. Prior to that, he worked at Standard Bank as manager for global trade finance, central eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa.

AXA Investment Managers
Garry Murdoch has been appointed global head of compliance at the investment management firm. He joins from the Financial Services Authority, where he was a technical specialist in its asset management division. Prior to that, he was director of international compliance at AllianceBerstein.

Lloyds
The banking group has announced the appointment of Matthew Elderfield as group director for conduct and compliance. He is currently deputy governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, and has served as alternate chairman of the European Banking Authority.

Cushman & Wakefield
The commercial real estate services firm has appointed Adam Egan as an associate in its London markets team. He joins from Kinney Green, where he has spent the last five years advising tenants and landlords in the City office market.

Operis
David Rose has joined the project finance consultancy firm as director of advisory. Rose began his career at PwC before moving to the corporate finance team at Deloitte. He most recently worked in the infrastructure finance team at RBC.

EC Harris
The built asset consultancy firm has appointed Mark Dixon as a partner and head of service in its contract solutions team. He has over 30 years’ experience, and is a chartered quantity surveyor and fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. He joins from Stapleton International.