This week's London appointments
Dominic Trigg, Percept
Digital media quality assurance platform Percept has announced the appointment of Dominic Trigg as CEO.
Dominic will use his extensive experience in scaling advertising, marketing and programmatic companies to grow Percept’s business with brands and agencies.
Previously, Dominic was chief revenue officer at Captify, where he helped optimise revenue across their sales teams. Prior to that he was VP EMEA at the SSP OpenX.
He commented: “I am delighted to be on board and looking forward to working closely with our clients to interrogate their current spending and support the drive for greater effective use of their digital budget.”
Alex Matthews, COO at Percept, said: “Dom’s 20 years experience in digital advertising and marketing means he understands the great opportunity Percept has.
“His extensive connections with brands and passion to help them drive better outcomes for their digital media spend make him the perfect fit to help us build and scale Percept.”
John Alker, Legal & General Capital
Legal & General Capital (LGC) has appointed John Alker as its new head of sustainability.
With over 15 years’ experience in the sector, John joins the business from the UK Green Building Council (UKGBC), a business-led not-for-profit that works collaboratively to influence industry practice and government policy, to transform the sustainability of the built environment.
At UKGBC he is director of policy & places, having joined shortly after its launch in 2007. John has also served as board director for the World Green Building Council.
Prior to joining UKGBC, John worked on sustainable homes and carbon trading for the environmental charity WWF-UK, has worked as a researcher in the House of Commons, and in commercial public affairs.
John commented: “I feel privileged to have been able to work with hundreds of progressive businesses from across the real estate and construction sector over many years at UKGBC.
“One that has always stood out as particularly influential, innovative and purpose-driven is Legal & General.
“I am delighted to be joining the great team at LGC, to support the sustainability ambitions of the business in this critical decade of action.
“We face a series of related challenges from global to local, both environmental and societal. The places where we live and work and the communities we create are at the heart of this challenge.
“That is why the scale and scope of LGC’s diverse interests in our built environment provide such an exciting opportunity – to deliver positive impact and create value in the round.”
Dave Thompson, Hanna Platt, Helen Smith, Tara McSorley and Michelle McCullough, BLM
Insurance risk and commercial law specialist BLM has announced 34 promotions across the UK.
The partner promotions include Dave Thompson within catastrophic injury, Hanna Platt in property damage & recovery, Helen Smith in commercial property, and Tara McSorley and Michelle McCullough in the Belfast office.
Matthew Harrington, recently re-elected for a second term as senior partner, commented: “It’s a pleasure to announce this round of partner and associate promotions, and I’m sure the firm will join me in wishing the best of luck to our colleagues for these well-deserved appointments.
“The tenacity, dedication and hard-work shown by the teams over the last year has enabled BLM to continue to offer extraordinary support and service to our clients, during a time that has been challenging for many businesses, and people.
“These promotions, as with our October appointments, again reflect our plans for growth in areas that represent both BLM’s strengths and opportunities.
“As we continue to strengthen and diversify our expertise in key areas, supporting our talent will remain an important focus. Congratulations to all new partners and associates.”
Claire Gates, Tony Glasby and Jean Christian Mies, PPRO
PPRO has announced the appointment of newly created roles to its executive and leadership teams.
Chief commercial officer, Claire Gates, and senior vice president of banking and payments strategy, Tony Glasby, have joined PPRO.
In addition to the newly created executive and leadership roles, PPRO will also be welcoming Jean Christian Mies to the executive team as the general manager for Latin America.
Claire has over 25 years of experience driving strategy for both large financial institutions and start-up disruptors.
In her new role as CCO, Claire will lead the sales and marketing teams, push forward new commercial initiatives, and support building partnerships that further PPRO’s growth.
Tony Glasby will help the company determine future banking and payments requirements, drawing out a blueprint for continued competitive differentiation within the market. He spent over a decade as group treasurer for eBay and PayPal, and brings a wealth of banking, licensing, risk management, finance, and compliance know-how to PPRO.
Jean Christian Mies, general manager for Latin America, joins Claire and Tony as newcomers to PPRO’s leadership. Backed by over a decade of experience scaling international, cross-functional operations, Jean will manage PPRO’s strategy for the entire Latin American region.
Claire commented: “I’m thrilled to be joining PPRO at such a breath-taking time in its growth trajectory.”
Tony said: “I’m proud to add my technology, e-commerce, regulated markets, and digital payments experience to PPRO, a company filling such a big gap in the payments ecosystem.”
Jean Christian added: “PPRO’s unique focus on markets at the local level and operations at the global level makes it an important partner for its customers, and an interesting challenge for all its new joiners. I’m delighted to join such a fast-growing team.”
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