<strong>KPMG</strong><br />The accountancy firm has appointed Rachel Campbell as global head of people, performance and culture and a member of its global executive team.<br /><br />Campbell is currently head of people for the firm&rsquo;s European business and has led its award-winning &ldquo;Employer of Choice&rdquo; strategy in the UK. Prior to that, she was an audit partner specialising in the food, drink and consumer goods sectors.<br /><br /><strong>MF Global</strong><br />The futures and options broker has named Peter Forlenza as global head of equities, effective immediately.<br /><br />Forlenza was previously global head of equities at Bank of America, and also recently founded Outpost Investment Group, a multi-asset class global macro hedge fund based in New York.<br /><br /><strong>Phoenix Partners</strong><br />The interdealer credit and equity derivatives broker has hired Colm Ryan to build its European high grade cash business and develop its existing high grade CDS business.<br /><br />Ryan joins Phoenix after five years at RBS where, as a managing director, he established and ran hedge fund sales in all credit products.<br /><br />Prior to that, he was at Goldman Sachs for three years as co-head of UK bank sales for all credit and derivative products.<br /><br /><strong>Macquarie Capital</strong><br />The banking group has appointed Sam Small as a senior managing director, responsible for heading up mergers and acquisitions for its European advisory business.<br /><br />Small has over 15 years of experience in the sector, having most recently been a managing director in the mergers and acquisitions team at Citigroup, where he also held the position of co-head of the corporate finance group. While there, he completed deals including Tata Motors&rsquo; $2bn acquisition of Jaguar and Mittal Steel&rsquo;s &euro;27bn purchase of Arcelor.<br /><br /><strong>Anthony Gold</strong><br />The law firm has appointed Philip Wallace, a specialist in notary work, as a consultant.<br /><br />Wallace joins from South London firm Wallace &amp; Co, where he has practised for the past 25 years.<br /><br /><strong>Clearwater Corporate Finance</strong><br />Chris Smith has been appointed at the corporate finance group as a partner and the new head of its debt advisory and restructuring team.<br /><br />Smith was previously at HBOS, where he worked for 11 years and led some of the highest profile restructuring cases for the bank.<br /><br />He initially joined the Bank of Scotland as a graduate trainee and later moved into corporate banking, including five years spent at its private equity arm, Integrated Finance.