City Moves for 15 February 2013 | Who’s switching jobs

 
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CBRE
The property firm has appointed Andrew Peacock as head of central London asset management. He joins after 24 years at Aviva Investors, where he held a number of senior roles, including manager of its central London office portfolio.

Towers Watson
The professional services company has appointed Liz Rennie as senior consultant in its human resources (HR) service delivery team. Rennie joins from NorthgateArinso, where she built up its HR practice and supported global blue chip customers for over 15 years. Prior to NorthgateArinso, Rennie spent three years at Accenture.

Personal Finance Society
Keith Richards will join the professional organisation for financial advisers as chief executive. Richards has over 15 years’ industry experience, most recently as group distribution and development director for Tenet. He previously worked at Royal London as head of retail.

Jones Day
The law firm has announced the appointment of two partners to its recently-opened Amsterdam office. Marcel Van de Vorst and Marc Rijkaart van Cappellen both bring extensive experience in transactional and corporate advisory law.

Borro
Nigel Morris has been appointed chairman of the personal asset lending firm, where his responsibilities will include supporting Borro’s UK and US growth. He was co-founder of Capital One Financial Corporation, and is currently managing partner at QED Investors.

Fleming Family and Partners
Mark Sullivan will join the wealth management firm as client relationship director. Sullivan has previously worked at Rathbones as investment director and has also held roles at UBS Wealth Management. He was most recently marketing and business development manager at Buckland Capital Partners.

Alliance Trust
Win Robbins joins the investment firm as non-executive director. Robbins has held a number of senior roles at financial services firms, including as managing director at Barclays Global Investors.