City Moves for 14 April 2014 | Who’s switching jobs
The financial sector consultancy has announced the appointment of Adam Crawford as a director. He left the Royal Marines in 2012, and has since worked at Oppenheimer and as a freelance consultant for Saab Group.
Close Brothers Asset Management
The asset management company has hired Amy Lazenby as an investor director and lead portfolio manager for its tailored portfolio service. She has over 10 years’ investment experience. Lazenby joins from Wilson King Investment Management, which she co-founded in 2004.
Martin Harris has been appointed head of institutional business at the asset management firm. He was most recently at Kames Capital, where he was head of distribution and responsible for raising capital and investor relations. Prior to that, Harris was global head of investor relations and capital raising at CQS London.
The law firm has appointed three new real estate partners. James Mackay joined the firm last year from Nabarro, where he was a senior associate. Gemma Pryke was formerly a senior associate at Nabarro, and joined in 2012. Will Rutter trained at Winckworth Sherwood, qualifying in 2008.
Money Advice Trust
The Money Advice Trust has hired Jane Tully as head of insight and engagement. She has previously held roles at the Charity Finance Group, the Charity Commission and NSPCC.
The Lloyd’s underwriter has made two appointments. Dawn Marie Kempson joins as head of human resources. She previously held positions at Morgan Stanley Investment Bank and HSBC. Rodney Aggrey joins as head of financial planning and analysis from Genpact Group, where he was assistant vice president.
Melanie Sandy has joined the insurance firm as a partnership marketing manager in its accident and healthcare team. She previously worked on strategy and development at More Th>n.
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