City Moves for 11 October 2013 | Who’s switching jobs
Smith & Williamson
The financial services company has announced the appointment of John Rugman as head of valuations. He was previously at PwC, where he was director of its UK regional valuation team.
Richard Horne has joined the professional services firm as a partner in its cyber security practice. Horne previously spent 12 years at Barclays, most recently as managing director of cyber security.
The property firm has recruited Louise Ellison as head of sustainability. She joins from M&G, where she was responsible for its sustainable strategy. Prior to that, she was head of sustainability at Quintain Estates.
The advisory firm has promoted Andrew Conti, Chris Knowles, David Moran, Steve Jacob, and Mark Nisbett, to partner in its London office.
The specialist intellectual property law firm has recruited two solicitors. Adam Gamsa was most recently at Field Fisher Waterhouse, where he worked on patent disputes. Dennis Waller joins from Hogan Lovells, where he worked in patent litigation.
Harry Burnham has joined the investment management company as chief executive of its asset management business. Burnham has previously held various roles at Brewin Dolphin and Williams de Broe.
Latham & Watkins
The law firm has hired Tom Evans as partner in its corporate division. Evans was most recently at Clifford Chance, where he was part of its private equity group and focused on transactional work.
Generali Investments Europe
The asset management company has made two appointments. Wilfrid Pham joins as head of equity from Natixis Asset Management. Vivek Tawadey joins as head of credit research from BNP Paribas, where he was head of research and strategy.
Elaine Bennett has been appointed partner and head of consulting at the IT firm. She has over 20 years’ industry experience.
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