City Moves for 29 January 2013 | Who’s switching jobs

 
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Arbuthnot Latham
The private bank has appointed Dan Saxby as director, private banking. He joins from Coutts & Co, where he was an executive director and wealth manager. Saxby has 24 years’ experience in the industry.

BDO
The accountancy firm has appointed Kevin Cummings as a tax partner. He joins from Berwin Leighton Paisner, where he was also a tax partner. He qualified as a lawyer at Allen & Overy.

Insparo Asset Management
Lucas Wurfbain has been appointed to oversee the asset management firm’s new food fund, expected to be launched this year. He has previously held roles at Fortress Investment Group, Rubicon Fund Management, and Global Asset Management.

Aon Hewitt
The human resources firm has appointed Ian Smart and Paul Whelan to its investment consulting practice. Smart joins from Helvetica Wealth Management Partners, where he was a managing director. He has also worked at Lazard Asset Management. Whelan joins from Aviva Investors, where he was a fund manager for credit fixed income funds. He has also worked at Henderson Global Investors and UBS Global Asset Management.

Kuber Ventures
The Enterprise Investment Scheme multi-manager platform provider has appointed Brett Williams as adviser to its senior management team. He is a former chief executive of Cofunds, and was part of the Old Mutual team that acquired Skandia UK. He then became chief executive of that company.

Baillie Gifford
The investment partnership, has announced the appointment of Tom Walsh as deputy manager of the Monks Investment Trust. He has worked as an investment manager in Baillie’s UK equity team since 2009. Walsh was previously a fund manager at Fidelity International, an analyst Merrill Lynch, and has also worked for Deloitte.