City Moves for 8 January 2013 | Who’s switching jobs

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UBS Global Asset Management
Roz Amos has been appointed head of European consultant relations at UBS’s asset management business. She joins after 15 years at Towers Watson, where she was most recently senior investment consultant with responsibility for overseeing its indexation research and new ideas research teams.

Vanguard Asset Management
Axel Lomholt has been appointed head of the asset management firm’s European product development and management business. He previously spent six years at BlackRock, where he was managing director and head of iShares product development for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Lomholt has also held senior roles at HSBC Global Asset Management.

Celene Lee has been appointed to the professional services firm’s pensions advisory team. She joins from Barrie & Hibbert, where she was most recently head of pensions. Lee has also held senior roles at Hewitt Associates, and is a former chair of the National Association of Pensions Funds North London group.

RiverRock European Capital Partners
Dr Thomas Mirow has been appointed to the senior advisory board of the investment management firm. He was most recently president of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and also previously served as Germany’s deputy finance minister.

RBS Corporate & Institutional Banking
The bank has announced two appointments to its healthcare and pharmaceuticals team. Emily Makinson joins as associate director from RBS’s structured finance business. Paul Weeks joins as a director from the bank’s global restructuring group, where he was corporate relationship director.

Grant Thornton
The accountancy firm has appointed Shaun O’Callaghan as UK head of restructuring and promoted Sarah Bell to the position of restructuring partner. O’Callaghan was previously a senior manager at FTI Consulting, and was the lead partner for KPMG’s strategic and operational restructuring practice.

Company Watch
The financial monitoring company has appointed Bill Dunlop as credit industry adviser to its board. He has over 20 years’ experience in credit management, and most recently worked as a consultant. Dunlop previously held senior roles at Compaq.