<strong>Grosvenor<br /></strong>The property group&rsquo;s Britain and Ireland business has appointed Heather Rabbatts as a non-executive director.<br />Rabbatts is also currently a non-executive at Crossrail, Shed Media and Millwall Holdings, where she was also previously chief executive. <br />She has previously held positions as a non-executive at the Bank of England, a trustee of the British Council and governor at the BBC and the London School of Economics.<br /><br /><strong>CQS Group <br /></strong>The asset management firm has appointed Neil Gregson to develop its equity business in closed and open-ended funds.<br />Gregson previously spent 19 years working at Credit Suisse Asset Management in London, where he was latterly a managing director and head of emerging market equity. <br /><br />He also formerly held positions as head of global equity portfolio construction and head of the emerging Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) equity division.<br /><br /><strong>Santander Corporate Banking<br /></strong>The bank has hired Sarah Shay as a relationship director in its Yorkshire corporate banking team, where she will focus on supporting businesses with a turnover of over &pound;25m.<br /><br />Shay joins from Barclays, where she was a business development director, and has also previously held corporate relationship and business development roles with the Royal Bank of Scotland in London.<br /><br /><strong>VMA GROUP<br /></strong>The investor relations and communications group has appointed Camilla Day-Wilson as a senior consultant.<br /><br />Day-Wilson was previously a senior investor relations consultant at EMR, and also spent several years working within investor relations in ECM and equity sales at Teather &amp; Greenwood/ Landsbanki.<br /><br /><strong>SWIP<br /></strong>Scottish Widows Investment Partnership has appointed Roger Webb as an investment director for corporate bonds.<br /><br />Webb, who will report to head of credit Neil Murray, was most recently head of credit portfolio management at Aviva Investors. <br /><br />Prior to that, he was a credit portfolio manager with Norwich Union for almost ten years, managing a wide range of credit mandates across investment grade and high yield portfolios.<br /><br /><strong>G4S<br /></strong>David Fairnie is to join the global security solutions group as a director for global ports solutions.<br /><br />He joins from DP World where, as director of security, he was responsible for developing and implementing a global security strategy to guarantee regulatory compliance at all the firm&rsquo;s terminal operations.<br />