CITY MOVES | WHO’S SWITCHING JOBS

Colliers International

Anthony Michael Horrell has taken up the chief executive’s mantle at the real estate advisory firm.

The 49-year-old was until recently head of Jones Lang LaSalle’s capital markets group in Europe, spearheading the expansion of the international capital markets business. He spent a total of 27 years at the firm and is also a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.

Royal Bank of Canada
The bank has hired Sandy Swinton as a director in RBC’s wealth management division in the UK.

Swinton joins from Barclays Wealth, where he spent 10 years, latterly as a senior private banking director. He has also previously worked at Robert Fleming Securities, James Capel and Barclays de Zoete Wedd.

James Hambro & Partners
The private client wealth manager, part of the JO Hambro Capital Management Group, has hired John Langrish to manage discretionary client portfolios.

Langrish joins in January from Rothschild Private Banking & Trust, where he was deputy head of portfolio management and head of UK equities.

Prior to that, he spent three years at JP Morgan Fleming Private Asset Management.

Temenos
The banking software provider has taken on Mark Winterburn as group product director.

Winterburn has over 30 years of experience in IT and joins from Misys’ banking and treasury capital markets division, where he was a vice president in solutions management and product development.

BTIG
The broker dealer has expanded its US fixed income sales and trading platform with the appointment of Robert Hannigan as a director in high yield and distressed sales.

Hannigan previously worked at UBS, JP Morgan, CRT and Knight Libertas, where he was a director.

Mercer
The consultancy firm has re-hired Paul Enderby from Towers Watson to its retirement, risk and finance business as a senior consultant.