Henrik Warebon (pictured) has joined Natixis as global head of commodities to lead commodities activities within the fixed income, commodities and treasury department. Warebon started his career at Goldman Sachs, followed by roles at Lehman Brothers, Hetco and BP, where he was global head of crude oil trading. In addition, Andy Gooch, head of commodity sales and brokerage at Natixis, has been appointed to lead the commercial development of the firm’s clearing project.

Ex-Savills chief executive Aubrey Adams has been appointed as head of property in the bank’s global restructuring group, effective from 1 November. Adams, who stepped down as chief executive of Savills in 2008, is currently a non-executive director of British Land and Max Property Group.

Brewin Dolphin
The private client investment manager has appointed David Guild as a divisional director of investment management. Guild, formerly an executive director at UBS, joins with Riccardo Persona and Debbie Davies, two members of his former team at the bank.

Alium Partners
John Bloor has returned to Alium Partners as the director of its financial services and finance practice. Bloor first joined Alium Partners in 2007 and left the firm in May 2010 to develop the interim management offering of advisory business Vantis, before moving on to FRP Advisory.

Richard Waterer has been appointed as head of Marsh Risk Consulting in the UK and Ireland, based in London. Waterer was previously head of the UK operational risk practice at the firm.

Tim Zimmerman has been appointed as managing director for the Peugeot Motor Company, in a return to the UK after spending 14 years working abroad. Zimmerman started his career with Peugeot in Coventry in September 1986, rising to his current role of general manager of Peugeot’s operations in China.

After four years as head of oil and gas at the law firm, partner Stephen Mackin has handed over the reins to fellow partner David Sellers. Based in Paris, Sellers specialises in upstream and downstream oil and gas work and energy projects.

Jones Lang LaSalle
Tracey Byer has been appointed to lead the firm’s markets corporate solutions initiative in the UK. Byer joins from DTZ, where she was most recently head of sales for UK property management.