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    City AM (20 Feb 2019)

    Lloyds Bank poaches Morgan Stanley banker as new chief financial officer

    LLOYDS BANK has appointed William Chalmers as chief financial officer. He joins the company in June and will replace George Culmer who is set to retire in the third quarter of 2019. Chalmers will leave MORGAN STANLEY where he is currently co-head of its global financial institutions group. Lloyds has said it would pay Chalmers £4.4m in unvested share awards forfeited as a result of leaving Morgan Stanley.

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    The Drum (27 Jul 2018)

    Huge makes Alex Pym London MD as Mark Manning takes up Google-focused US role

    HUGE has promoted Alex Pym to the position of managing director, replacing Mark Manning who takes up a new role with the agency in the US. Pym will be responsible for growing Huge's footprint in Europe while overseeing existing clients like NIKE, PROCTER, & GAMBLE, MORGAN STANLEY, HUGO BOSS and THE ECONOMIST.

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