City Moves for 7 January 2013 | Who’s switching jobs

 
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SJ Berwin
The law firm has announced the appointment of Steven Fogel to its partnership board and as a non-executive director. He was previously senior partner of Titmuss Sainer, and led the law firm in its merger with Dechert. Fogel then served as managing partner of Dechert’s London office before retiring in June 2012. He is additionally a board member for London University and chairman of Uropharma, the medical device business.

TMF Group
The business service provider has appointed Alan Coffey as chief sales officer. He joins from Logica, the technology firm, where he was chief sales officer. Coffey has also held roles at Hewlett Packard in Europe, at IBM in the US, and at BT, where he ran its South East Asia business operations.

Mount Anvil
Clive Fenton has been appointed chief executive of the central London property developer. He was most recently a member of the group board of Barratt Developers, where he oversaw its operations across London, the South East and the South West. Fenton has over 30 years’ experience in the industry, and is also a chartered accountant.

Pramerica Fixed Income
The asset management firm, part of Prudential Financial, has appointed Simon Males as managing director, institutional client relations. He was previously head of global consultants and UK institutional business for Pictet Asset Management. Males has also held roles at F&C Asset Management and Prudential.

Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom
The law firm has announced the appointment of Helena Derbyshire. She is an employment law specialist, and will provide advice relating to Skadden’s English law corporate advisory capabilities.

Kennedys
Jonathan Greensmith has been appointed partner in the law firm’s London office. He joins from Russell Jones & Walker, where he was the principal lawyer in its professional discipline and regulatory department. Greensmith is joined by solicitor Robert Drury, who will work to develop Kennedys’s regulatory defence practice.

De La Rue
Andrew Stevens has been appointed non-executive director on the board of the commercial banknote printer. He was previously chief executive of Cobham, and has also held senior positions at Rolls-Royce.