City Moves for 12 April 2013 | Who’s switching jobs

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The law firm has appointed Michelle Bradfield as a partner in its international arbitration practice. Bradfield joins from Latham & Watkins, where she worked in its international arbitration division.

Lombard Odier

The bank’s investment management division has hired Grant Peterkin as a senior portfolio manager on its global emerging fixed income team. He was most recently at Ignis Asset Management, where he co-managed its absolute return government bond strategy. Prior to that, he worked at Citigroup.


Michael Dismorr has joined the bank as managing director for the Middle East. He was previously at Deutsche Bank, where he was chairman of its Middle East advisory board and head of its Middle East and Africa key client group.

Renaissance Capital

The emerging markets investment bank has announced the appointment of Daniel Salter as head of Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) strategy. Salter was most recently head of EMEA equity strategy at UniCredit.

Lloyds Bank

The bank’s commercial banking division has announced the appointment of Alex Pereira as head of global corporates FX markets solutions. He joins from Barclays Capital, where he was head of FX options sales for northern European corporates.

Mizuho Corporate Bank

Luc Reynders has joined the corporate bank as a general manager, Europe corporate banking division. Reynders has worked at the bank for 25 years, most recently as a joint general manager in Amsterdam.

Knights Solicitors

Claire Roberts has joined the law firm’s energy team as a partner. She previously spent eight years at Vinson & Elkins, and specialises in all areas of the energy sector.

Energy Assets Group

The industrial and commercial gas metering services provider has appointed David Goldie as a non-executive director. He was previously chief executive of Martin Dawes and Opal Telecom.