CITY MOVES | WHO’S SWITCHING JOBS

 
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WH Ireland
Richard Killingbeck has been appointed head of private wealth management at the stockbroking and wealth management firm. He joins on 18 September. Killingbeck spent over 11 years at Singer & Friedlander Investment Management, latterly as chief executive of its investment management business. He has also held senior positions at Close Brothers, where he was head of its high net worth business, and Credit Suisse, where he was a managing director within its UK private banking business.

Cushman & Wakefield
The commercial real estate services firm has appointed Andrew Johnston as an associate in its London valuation and advisory department. He has over 14 years’ experience in the industry and joins from CBRE, where he provided strategic advice to clearing banks on London residential sites. Johnston has also worked for Knight Frank.

Keystone Law
Ian Taylorson has been appointed to the law firm’s technology, media and telecommunications practice. A corporate and commercial lawyer, he joins from TLT, where he was a partner in its commercial team. Taylorson specialises in advising small to medium-sized firms.

Towry
Greg Moss has been appointed as a wealth adviser at the financial advisory firm. He joins from Old Mill, the accountancy practice, where he provided advice to private clients. Moss has been a financial planner for 12 years and started his career as an investment adviser at AWD Chase de Vere.

Engine Group
The communications group has appointed Stevie Spring to its board as a non-executive director. She was most recently chief executive of Future, the media group, and spent 16 years working in advertising agency management. Spring is also a former chairman of BBC Children in Need.