Snakes and Ladders: Who is moving jobs in the City this week?

by: Mary-Anne Bowring/City AM

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City firms are continuing to adapt to the challenges and opportunities presented by the pandemic as they vie to be in prime position to recover from the economic fallout of the crisis. This week, marketing firm Kantar has announced the appointment of a marketing veteran as its new chief executive and law firm Clifford Chance has bolstered is financial investor proposition with a new hire.

Property consultancy Ringley Group has appointed Lee Gregori to head up its new prime residential estate and block management service in central London. In his new role as chief executive of Ringley Prime, Gregori will be responsible for building new relationships with developers, contractors and housebuilders within the capital’s most exclusive neighbourhoods. The firm said now is the right time to expand into the prime central London market. Gregori was previously an associate director of Warwick Estates Property Management and formerly ran the prime central London portfolio of FTSE-100 housebuilder Berkley Group.


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