CITY MOVES | WHO’S SWITCHING JOBS

 
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Brooks Macdonald
The asset management firm has appointed two new investment directors to its London team. Richard Wayne-Wynne is a founding partner of Vestra Wealth and previously worked at UBS Wealth Management as an investment director. Mark Godwin joins from City Asset Management, where he was an investment manager responsible for private clients.

National Savings & Investment
Rodney Norman has been appointed director of finance and business insight at the savings organisation. He joins from the Treasury, where he was the treasury accountant, head of exchequer funds and accounts. Prior to this, he was finance director of the banking arm of Close Brothers.

Palamon Capital Partners
Michael Beetz has been appointed associate principal at the mid-market private equity firm. He joins from Coller Capital, where he was a senior associate in its London-based investment team. Beetz has also previously worked for UBS Investment Bank, where he advised on buyouts, mergers and acquisitions and initial public offerings.

Zolfo Cooper
The corporate advisory firm has appointed Alfredo Bello as a managing director. He has over 20 years’ experience in financial services restructuring and will be based in Zolfo Cooper’s London office.

Old Mutual Asset Management
Pascal Vernaeve has been appointed head of Benelux sales at the asset management business. He joins from Man Group, where he served as a manager for institutional clients covering Benelux institutions.

Momentum Global Investment Management
Kris Richmond has been appointed as a hedge fund analyst at the investment management and advisory firm. He joins from Pacific Alternative Asset Management Company (PAAMCO), where he focused on long short equity, event driven, and convertible bond arbitrage strategies.

BearingPoint
The business consultancy firm has announced two new appointments. Nick Dussuyer has been promoted to partner and will be responsible for its natural resources practice. He has been with the firm for 12 years. Stefan Spohr will become industry leader for financial services. Currently regional leader for UK & Ireland in the same practice, he has 20 years’ experience in management consultancy.