City Moves for 5 March 2013 | Who’s switching jobs

 
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Arbuthnot Latham
The private bank has announced the appointment of Adam Patten as senior private banker. Patten has over 25 years’ industry experience, and has previously held senior roles at NatWest and Coutts. He has particular experience in dealing with ultra high net worth clients.

PricewaterhouseCoopers
Shazia Azim has joined the professional services firm as partner in its actuarial and insurance management solutions team in London as a partner. Azim was previously a managing director at UBS, heading the European insurance debt capital markets division.

KNG Securities
The fixed income specialist firm has appointed Cedric van Kerrebroeck to its fixed income team. Van Kerrebroeck joins from Deutsche Bank, where he was most recently a euro-bond trader responsible for secondary market trading for bonds and structured notes.

Banque Havilland
Oliver Selwyn has been appointed director of private banking at the private bank. He joins from Citi Private Bank, where he was vice president private banker within the UK emerging ultra high net worth team. He will be responsible for developing the bank’s proposition and client base in London.

City Financial
The London-based fund manager has announced the appointment of Graham Glass as head of fixed income. Glass has over 20 years’ experience managing fixed income assets for large institutions including UBS, where he led its global index credit team.

Aviva
The insurance company has appointed Christine Deputy group human resources director. Deputy joins from Barclays, where she was head of human resources for global retail and business banking.

Zeus Capital
The corporate finance and brokering firm has announced two new chief executives. Tim Metcalfe will join shortly from Northland Capital Partners, where he was most recently managing director and head of corporate finance. John Goold was previously head of equities at Arden Partners.

Berrymans Lace Mawer
Daniel Thomas will join the law firm’s fraud team. He has extensive experience developing counter-fraud products, and was most recently at Browne Jacobson.