City Moves for 3 May 2013| Who’s switching jobs

 
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Taylor Wessing
The law firm has announced the appointment of Sanjvee Shah as a partner in its private client practice. Shah has wide experience advising wealthy foreign domiciled individuals and families on personal affairs. She joins from Speechly Bircham, where she was a partner in its private client division.

Metro Bank
Laura Graham has been appointed head of healthcare finance at the bank. She will report to its managing director of commercial banking Jason Oakley. Graham was most recently director of specialist sectors business banking at NatWest, and has previously held senior roles at RBS.

PwC
The professional services firm has hired Phil Goodwin as director in its consulting practice. Goodwin has 24 years’ experience implementing IT systems, and was most recently a director at Morrisons.

Powerscourt
The communications consultancy has announced five new appointments. Juliet Clarke and Andy Parnis join its technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) team from M: Communications and UBS respectively. Nick Woods, previously at M: Communications, joins its financial services team. James Robinson and Alexandra Rowbottom have both been appointed to its special situations team.

NBGI Private Equity
Sandy Young has joined the private equity firm as a senior adviser. He was most recently chief executive at Allied Healthcare International, and has held senior roles at Rentokil Initial and Chubb Electronic Security.

Aon Hewitt
The talent, retirement and health solutions business has appointed Nick Collyer as a client relationship manager in its flexible benefits team. Prior to joining, Collyer was a senior client manager at Towers Watson.

DAC Beachcroft
Roddy Gordon has joined the law firm as a partner in its construction and engineering practice. Gordon previously worked at Watson Burton for 12 years, most recently as head of construction and engineering.