The private bank has hired Graham Storrie as managing director. He joins from parent company Royal Bank of Scotland, where he was most recently managing director of specialist advice. He brings with him over 30 years of experience in banking, investments and advice, having worked for organisations such as Standard Life, where he was managing director for wealth management UK. He is also an associate of the Institute of Bankers (Scotland).
Andrew Tunnicliffe has returned to the insurance broker as head of risk consulting, having previously worked as a managing director at the firm. He joins from Aon Global Risk Consulting, where he has spent five years, most recently as chief operating officer. He will take up his post next year, and replaces Jeff Colburn, who is taking a senior role in Marsh’s North American risk consulting business.
The financial adviser has hired Gilles Costerousse as a managing director and as head of Rothschild FIG capital markets advisory. He joins from Nomura, where he was a managing director and head of FIG debt capital markets for two years, and spent 10 years at Lehman Brothers.
The business advisory firm has appointed Neil Cornelius as a director in its economic consulting practice with a focus on the energy sector. Cornelius joins from ICF International, where he led the European energy and carbon market analysis practice. He has more than 20 years of experience in the power sector, having worked for BP in its alternative energy division and in various roles for National Power.
The stockbroker has promoted Mike Trippitt to head of research. Trippitt replaces Eithne O’Leary, who will work on developing Oriel’s retail franchise. Trippitt, who has led Oriel’s financials research team since 2006, has previously worked as a UK banks analyst at HSBC, Schroders and SG Warburg.