City Moves for 19 February – who’s switching jobs at Deloitte, Personal Group and BNP Paribas?
Who’s on the move today?
Deloitte has appointed Chris Bostock as a director in its financial crime practice. With over 15 years’ experience, he joins from the economic crime team at the National Crime Agency (NCA) where he was the threat lead for money laundering. He led the joint money laundering intelligence taskforce, a public private partnership between the NCA and over 45 other public and private institutions. Previously Bostock worked for the Serious Organised Crime Agency and the National Criminal Intelligence Service in a range of roles focusing on economic crime. This hire is part of the continued growth of Deloitte’s financial crime and cyber security practice, including employing an additional 500 people across Europe. Tom Scampion, partner and financial crime lead for the EMEA region at Deloitte, said: “Chris is a high profile leader in financial crime prevention in the UK, with a wealth of practical experience and an impressive network at banks, government agencies and law enforcement.” Bostock added: “I plan to nurture partnerships to improve outcomes for both sectors in this rapidly changing market. I feel uniquely placed to help Deloitte achieve a competitive advantage in the practical delivery of change, here and overseas.”
Personal Group, a leading provider of employee services in the UK, has named Deborah Frost as chief executive. Currently non-executive director of Personal Group, Deborah is a reward and performance expert and has led multiple global projects in pay structure, performance management and reward strategy. Deborah worked for Marks and Spencer and Nationwide Building Society before joining Towers Perrin in 2000. She co-founded Innecto in 2002. Mark Winlow, chairman of Personal Group, said: “Her wealth of experience in the reward and performance sector, as well as her contribution to the board since 2015, mean she is well-placed to lead the company through the next stage of its development.
BNP Paribas Asset Management has announced the appointment of Christopher Dunn as global head of client satisfaction within its newly formed client experience team. He is reporting to Melanie Aimer, global head of client experience. Currently based in New York, he will shortly relocate to Paris. In this newly created role, Christopher will promote departmental and regional co-operation to define and monitor actions that will improve client satisfaction. Christopher has joined from Greenwich Associates, where he was a vice-president within its investment management practice, leveraging market intelligence to help some of the world’s largest asset managers achieve their strategic business objectives.