CITY MOVES | WHO’S SWITCHING JOBS

Lazard
The financial advisory and asset management firm has hired Fotis Hasiotis as co-head of the European financial sponsors group, based in London.
Hasiotis joins from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where he was head of EMEA financial sponsors. He originally joined Merrill’s New York team in 2004 from CIBC World Markets, later moving to London in 2008. He started his banking career at Bankers Trust.

Gartmore
The fund management group has hired Vincent Houtteville as an investment analyst reporting to Chris Palmer, the head of global emerging markets.

Houtteville has two decades of investment experience, most recently as a global financial services analyst at First State Investments. Prior to that, he held roles at Axa Investment Management, covering European financials, and with Scudder Stevens Clark in New York, focusing on insurance and banking.

Rathbones
The investment management firm has appointed Sarah Tobey as an investment director.
Tobey joins from Rowan Dartington, part of the Astaire group, where she was a company director with responsibility for private clients.

Alvarez & Marsal
The professional services firm has boosted its European transaction advisory group with the appointment of Joop de Hoogh as a managing director, based between London and Amsterdam.

De Hoogh has previously advised on numerous complex European cross-border acquisitions, disposals and refinancings, with a particular focus on the oil and gas industry. Prior to joining A&M, he headed up the oil and gas sector group within KPMG Advisory in the Netherlands and worked for several years at Shell.

Tridos Bank
Huw Davies has joined the ethical and sustainable banking group as head of personal banking.

Davies joins from Nationwide Building Society, where he has been savings product marketing controller since 2007.

Capco
The financial services-focused business and technology consultancy has hired John Quamina from IBM to head up its payments and transaction banking practice, part of the firm’s UK banking team.