Stay up-to-date with the movers and shakers in the finance sector. Here are the key movements in December 2019:
Baldwins have appointed Malcolm Cook as a Partner in the Corporate Finance team based in Birmingham. Cook, who has more than 20 years’ transaction services experience, joins from Clairfield International and before this was a Partner at BDO.
RSM have appointed Andrew Mason as Partner in the East Anglia office. Mason joins RSM from Price Bailey where he was a Director, having spent most of his 25-year career working in the Cambridgeshire market for mid-tier firms.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has named Dame Fiona Kendrick as the new Chair of its Public Interest Body (PIB). Kendrick, the former chief executive and chairman of Nestle UK, joined as an independent nonexecutive in July 2019. She will take over as chair from Lord Gus O’Donnell, who is stepping down after four years on the PIB.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has appointed Michael Stewart to the newly created role of Global Leader, Corporate Affairs and Communications. He has also become a member of PwC’s global markets leadership team and chairs PwC’s global public policy board based in London.
Alvarez & Marsal has appointed Wayne Jephson as a London-based Managing Director in the Global Transaction Advisory Group. Jephson, who has 18 years’ experience, will specialise in providing financial due diligence services with a specific focus on infrastructure investors and private equity transactions. He joins from Ernst & Young (EY) where he most recently served as a Director within its Infrastructure Transactions Group.