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CITY MOVES WHO'S SWITCHING JOBS

<strong>Foresters</strong><br />The friendly society has hired industry heavyweight Graham Berville to the board as a non-executive director. Berville was formerly director of the Association of Friendly Societies and chairman of the Association of Mutual Insurers, as well as a member and chairman of various Association of British Insurers (ABI) committees.<br /><br />Prior to joining Foresters, he spent seven years as chief executive of the Police Mutual.<br /><br /><strong>Altium <br /></strong>The stockbroking firm has appointed Hamish Dickson as head of securities.<br /><br />Dickson formerly worked for 16 years at ABN Amro, where he held a number of senior roles including head of European sales, head of equity sales and joint <br />head of global institutional equities, where he was responsible for 850 staff across 20 countries.<br /><br />Most recently, he worked as head of equities at Daniel Stewart during the firm&rsquo;s restructuring as an institutional broker.<br /><br /><strong>PricewaterhouseCoopers </strong><br />Alan McCrae has joined the accountancy giant&rsquo;s London team as an energy partner, leading the energy, utilities and mining tax team.<br /><br />McCrae qualified with Ernst &amp; Young in 1991 and eventually led the firm&rsquo;s oil and gas tax practice globally. In addition to being closely involved with advising on the UK and international tax aspects of transactions and deal-related activities for multinationals, he also advised a number of independent oil and gas companies with headquarters in the UK and overseas.<br /><br /><strong>Citibase<br /></strong>The serviced office firm has appointed Jonathan Addis as finance director.<br /><br />Addis, a chartered accountant, was previously investment director at the private equity divisions of the Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds TSB.<br /><br />He was most recently group finance director at construction, property and development consultancy DBK Group.<br /><br /><strong>Burton&rsquo;s Foods<br /></strong>The biscuit group has appointed Ben Clarke as chief executive officer.<br /><br />Clarke was most recently area director and vice president of Kraft Foods UK/Ireland, and has also been a director of the Food and Drink Federation, the Institute of Grocery Distributors and a council member of ISBA.<br /><br /><strong>Sepura<br /></strong>The digital radio group has hired Stephen Mole as its new chief financial officer, replacing Steve Crowther, who steps down after six years at the firm.<br /><br />Mole joins from Filtronic, where he was chief financial officer, and has held finance roles at Renold, Unilever and ICI. He is also a non-executive director of the Manchester Children's University Hospitals NHS Trust.<br />