Marion Dakers
Russell-Cooke LLP
The London law firm has continued its expansion by hiring Edward Wanambwa as employment partner. He joins from CM Murray LLP, having trained at Bryan Cave and previously worked at Clifford Chance. He has been tasked with building the firm’s business immigration practice, having worked on immigration issues throughout his career. This brings the number of specialist employment lawyers at the firm to four partners and four assistants.

The investment consultancy has appointed Bella Edmunds as a senior analyst, to be based in London. Edmunds will support UK clients as well as assist with Gatemore’s European manager research. She has more than ten years’ experience in financial services and joins from JLT Actuaries & Consultants. Prior to this she worked at Barnett Waddingham.

The insurance firm has hired Nick Minney as an account manager in the property investor division. He will be responsible for developing and maintaining relationships between the team and brokers. Minney has over 22 years’ experience in insurance, and joins from the property team at Aviva. He started his career at R.K. Harrisons, and has also worked as a commercial account manager at Allianz.

Caledon Resources
The energy company has appointed David Spencer Treadwell as a non-executive director with immediate effect. Treadwell, aged 41, was a founding partner at Cheyne Capital Management, and spent six years at Morgan Stanley as a portfolio manager within the private client services division. He established Treadwell Partners in 2009, which provides services to corporates, brokerages and high net worth individuals.

GL Hearn
The property consultancy has made three new hires to expand its UK planning operations. Giulia Bunting is currently head of planning at Drivers Jonas Deloitte’s London office, while Shaun Andrews joins from Cushman & Wakefield where he is currently head of planning. Graeme Tulley is a national head of planning and leader of the town centres practice group at DTZ. Brian Sloggett, managing director, said: “As the planning and development environment becomes increasingly complex we expect our business in this area to grow even further.”