Monday 1 October 2018 12:33 am

City Moves for 1 October 2018 - who's switching jobs at Deloitte, Cambridge Economic Policy Associates and Bailey Montagu Executive Search?

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Today's City Moves cover advisory, consulting and executive search. Take a look at these movers and shakers:

Deloitte

Deloitte has appointed Chris Graves as a partner in its advisory corporate finance practice. Chris will lead the firm’s technology, media and telecoms (TMT) mergers and acquisitions (M&A) team. Chris joins Deloitte today from GP Bullhound, the technology advisory and investment firm, where he was an executive director. Prior to Chris’ four years at GP Bullhound, he was a director at Ingenious Media where he led transactions for a number of blue-chip TMT clients, following positions in public company advisory at Dresdner Kleinwort and Deutsche Bank.

Cambridge Economic Policy Associates

CEPA, a global provider of economic and policy advice, has welcomed Gary Keane as a director to the consulting firm’s London headquarters. The new role adds to CEPA’s board and has been created to ensure senior resources continue to be available to the firm’s expanding number of clients and projects. Gary is an internationally experienced and well-regarded energy consultant who began his career at Ofgem, the GB energy regulator, before moving into consultancy with Poyry Management Consulting. He has led many significant global projects for clients that include: governments; regulators; energy generators; network companies; energy retailers; and financial institutions.

Bailey Montagu Executive Search

Bailey Montagu Executive Search has appointed Rupert Channing to lead Bailey Montagu’s financial services search practice. Rupert has worked in Executive Search for more than 25 years focussing on Investment Banking and has executed searches on behalf of clients throughout Europe, the Middle East and Asia and brings an unrivalled experience to Bailey Montagu. Prior to joining Bailey Montagu, Rupert established the specialist financial services search firm Wellesley Partners both in London and Hong Kong. Rupert was also a senior partner at Heidrick and Struggles in London, responsible for leading the firm’s executive search business for financial services in EMEA, as well as co-heading the company’s global investment banking practice. Before entering the executive search business, Rupert worked in investment banking in London for Saudi International Bank. In addition, Lee Cooper will lead Bailey Montagu’s consumer and retail practice. Lee has developed an extensive network in the consumer and retail market over 25 years, working with many of the world’s leading brands. He specialises in appointing leaders across all professional functions, including CXO, board, non-executive, finance, technology, HR, procurement and supply chain and sales and marketing.

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