City Moves who’s switching jobs
The plumbers and builders merchant has appointed Michael Wareing, chief executive of accountancy firm KPMG, and Alain Le Goff, a former executive at consumer giant Reckitt Benckiser, as non-executive directors.
Wareing, pictured, 55, joined KPMG in 1973 and became chief executive in 2005. Le Goff, 57, retired as executive vice president of supply at Reckitt earlier this year, having worked for the firm since 1986.
The law firm has promoted Andrew Hedges, a London-based climate change specialist, to partner. Hedges is a climate change and clean energy lawyer with particular expertise in structured transactions in international carbon markets and the development of wind, solar and biomass projects in the EU.
Tom Luckock, who is a member of the climate change team in Beijing, has also been admitted to the partnership.
The barristers’ set has hired Beverly Landais as its first ever chief executive.
Landais joins from law firm Baker and McKenzie, where she spent 10 years as director of marketing and business development.