CITY MOVES | WHO’S SWITCHING JOBS

JP Morgan Asset Management
Professor Paul Sweeting has been appointed as European head of the Strategic Investment Advisory Group for JP Morgan Asset Management. Based in London, Sweeting will advise the firm’s European institutional clients on asset allocation, risk management and investment strategies. Sweeting previously held positions at Munich Reinsurance Company and Fidelity Investments International.

Cordea Savills
The property fund manager has appointed Arnold de Haan as the firm’s second non-executive director. De Haan currently runs his own advisory business Boishaen bv and is a director at the MeyerBergman property group.

Redington
The independent consultancy has appointed Karen Heaven as vice president in the investment consulting team. Prior to joining Redington, Karen spent eight years at Morgan Stanley.

Investec
Stephen White has been appointed to the Investec growth & acquisition finance team to originate and execute deals with entrepreneurs, management teams and private equity firms. White joins from Barclays, where he helped establish a financial sponsors portfolio team.

RICS Europe
Robert Mayhew, a director in Jones Lang LaSalle’s valuation advisory team, has been appointed as a non-executive member of the RICS Europe World Regional Board for a second term.

Thomson Reuters
Shanker Ramamurthy has been appointed as president, sales and trading for Thomson Reuters Markets, effective from 20 June. Ramamurthy joins from IBM, where he was general manager for the firm’s Global Banking and Financial Markets business.

GetJar
Joe Molnar has been appointed as senior vice president of engineering for the world’s largest app store. Molnar was previously partner architect for Microsoft’s interactive entertainment business division.