Reader’s Digest loses CEO Titmuss after 6 months. The chief executive of the company behind Reader’s Digest, David Titmuss, has left after six months “to pursue other interests”.In a statement Vivat Direct, which declined to comment on why Titmuss left, said it would appoint a successor “in due course”.
Digital Cinema Media, the cinema sales house, has appointed the former Mindshare chief executive Simon Rees as its new managing director. He replaces Martin Bowley, who left DCM in January.
Rees will oversee all commercial and operational aspects of the DCM business, which, following the addition of the Vue cinemas contract at the end of last year, now accounts for around 80 per cent of the cinema ad sales market.
Paul Meadows, head of brand at LG, and Paul Trueman, marketing director of LG Electronics, have both left their jobs in a major shake-up of the brand’s marketing department.
The Swiss banking giant named Campbell Stewart as head of metals and mining for Asia-Pacific, as the top equity underwriter in the region for six-straight years reshuffles its team in the region.
The international bank has appointed Diana Layfield as regional chief executive, Africa, effective June 22. Layfield succeeds Mike Hart, who becomes vice-chairman for the bank’s operations in Africa.
BLUEFIN WEALTH MANAGEMENT
The unit of Bluefin Advisory Services appointed Chris Durnian as a financial planner based in its London office. Durnian joins from Lloyds Wealth Management where he was a wealth management adviser.
FENCHURCH ADVISORY PARTNERS
The specialist investment bank announced that Guy Miller is joining the firm as a managing director. Guy was until recently head of European Financial Institutions M&A at Royal Bank of Scotland .