CITY MOVES | WHO’S SWITCHING JOBS

Tullett Prebon
The inter-dealer broker has re-hired Tory MP Michael Fallon as a non-executive director, just a few months after he resigned to pursue an unsuccessful campaign for the Treasury Select Committee chairmanship.

Fallon, who lost out to Andrew Tyrie, rejoins Tullett a week after he replaced Lord Ashcroft as deputy chair of the Conservative party.

He had formerly been on the board of Tullett, headed by Terry Smith, for almost six years.

Ofcom
The media regulator has appointed four new non-executive directors to the board of broadcaster Channel 4, in the form of Alicja Lesniak, Monica Burch, Mark Price and Richard Rivers.

Lesniak is currently a non-executive at property group DTZ; Burch is chairman of the board at law firm Addleshaw Goddard; Price is managing director of upmarket supermarket chain Waitrose; and Rivers is a non-executive director at Mothercare and a former chief of staff at consumer giant Unilever.

Deloitte
The accountancy firm has poached Heather Devine, an international tax specialist, from rival Ernst & Young.

Devine becomes a director in Deloitte’s business model optimisation team, part of the transfer pricing group. She was an international tax partner at EY and has also held roles at Hanson, Barclays and HSBC.

State Street Global Advisors
The investment management firm, part of State Street bank, has hired Scott Ebner as global head of ETF product development.

Ebner joins from NYSE Euronext, where he was most recently global head of exchange traded products.

Prior to that, he served as senior vice president of the ETF marketplace at the American Stock Exchange (Amex).

Kinsey Allen
The headhunter has appointed Raffaella Boscolo as a consultant in the asset backed securities and credit solutions business. She was formerly at Societe Generale and then moved into monoline bond insurance, working for Radian and Financial Guaranty Insurance.

Clifford Chance
Roger Leese, a partner in the law firm’s litigation and dispute resolution practice, has been appointed chairman of Advocates for International Development, a broker between law firms and developing countries.