City Moves for 21 May 2013 | Who’s switching jobs

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Charles Stanley
The investment management firm has announced the appointment of Ben Money-Coutts as chief operating officer in its financial services division. Money-Coutts joins from Saltus Partners, where he was a partner, chief financial officer, and chief operating officer.

JP Morgan Private Bank
Andrew Kennedy will join JP Morgan as a private banker in its UK team. He was most recently at SAM Capital Partners, where he was chief operating officer and head of business development. Prior to that, he was a senior member of the alternative investments group at Dresdner Kleinwort, and a principal at Onda Capital.

The bank has announced the appointment of Donald Workman as executive chairman of its Asia Pacific division. Workman has worked at the bank for 21 years, most recently as head of the asset protection scheme unit. He previously ran its global banking and markets team.

Barnett Waddingham
Damian Stancombe has joined the pension consultancy firm as a partner and head of its employee benefits and defined contribution (DC) team. Stancombe has over 20 years’ industry experience, and was previously at Punter Southall Group, where he was head of corporate DC.

The investment management company has hired fixed income specialist Andrius Isciukas to its retail fixed interest team. Isciukas was most recently at HSBC Asset Management, where he was a global high yield analyst.

Friends Life
The insurance and pensions company has announced the appointment of Neil Robjohns as head of longevity. He has over 20 years’ experience modelling and managing demographic risks, and previously held senior roles at Munich Re and Barnett Waddingham.

The International Valuation Standards Council has appointed Sean Thomson as technical manager. Thomson has wide experience in banking and international finance, and has previously worked at Bloomberg and Dealogic.