City Moves for 10 April 2013 | Who’s switching jobs
10 April 2013 1:26am
Council of Lloyd’s
The body responsible for the management and supervision of the Lloyd’s market has announced the appointment of Henrique de Campos Meirelles as a nominated member. He has held senior roles at Bank of Boston, and was formerly governor of the Central Bank of Brazil.
ING Investment Management
The investment management firm has appointed Marco Ruijer as lead portfolio manager for hard currency. He has over ten years’ experience managing emerging market debt portfolios, and joins ING from the asset management firm Mn, where he was a senior fund manager.
Stephen Webb has been appointed partner in the law firm’s real estate practice. Webb has over 24 years’ experience in planning law. He was most recently head of the planning team and a global government sector head at SNR Denton. He has previously held senior roles at Eversheds, Denton Wilde Sapte and Surrey County Council.
The asset management firm has appointed Mira Bhogaita as a portfolio manager in its UK equity team. Bhogaita was most recently a portfolio manager at LV Asset Management, and has held various roles at Newton Investment Management and Credit Suisse Asset Management.
Fulcrum Asset Management
Tim Meggs has joined the asset management company as head of trading. He will be responsible for leading the firm’s trading activities across global markets. He was previously an executive director at CIBC World Markets.
The long-only commodity management firm has appointed Joseph Murphy as a senior analyst. He has over ten years’ industry experience, and joins from Aon Hewitt, where he was an asset allocation specialist.
The frontier markets investment banking boutique has hired three senior fixed-income specialists. Hanspeter Jaberg, Michael Rimmell and Stephen Best, all formerly of Heritage Capital, will form the new fixed-income credit markets group.
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