Cendrowski Corporate Advisors (CCA) — The Chicago consulting and litigation firm tapped Ron Reddy (pictured), a former agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, to be a senior manager. Reddy, who joins CCA after spending 30-years with the FBI, will help broaden the company’s investigative services division, which now includes international investigations, white collar crimes, domestic security services, background screening, and computer forensics. Previously, Reddy served within the FBI’s counter terrorism division. Reddy’s investigative experience spans the globe, with emphasis in Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, the Republic of Georgia, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Kenya, and the Ukraine.
Dresner Partners — The Chicago investment bank hired Timothy Golomb as executive director, strategic business development. Prior to joining Dresner, Golomb was managing director at NASDAQ OMX Group Inc. (Nasdaq: NDAQ) where he consulted and advised entrepreneurial, corporate and financial sponsor clients and managed several initial public offerings throughout the Midwest and South. Prior to NASDAQ, Golomb was with CME Group Inc., the parent company of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, as its associate director, financial products and services. He managed financial institution relationships, budgeting and operations for its specialized investment products and services.
EisnerAmper LLP — Dan Heller was hired by the New York-based accounting firm as a partner. Heller will be located in the firm’s San Francisco office. Heller, a 30-year veteran in business advisory, has served on the board of Association for Corporate Growth and has held board positions on several social service organizations.
HarbourVest Partners — The Boston investment firm has promoted Julie Eiermann and Tim Flower to managing director. Prior to joining HarbourVest, Eiermann was with New York private equity firm Advent International while Flower worked with London-based financial sponsor Bridgepoint.
Horizon Bancorp — The Michigan City, Ind.-based bank has named a new chief financial officer and made two other executive promotions. Mark Secor has been promoted to CFO, the $1.8 billion-asset company announced Thursday. In addition, Kathie DeRuiter has been named senior operations officer and Dave Rose senior retail banking officer. All three will assume their new roles Jan.1. Horizon did not immediately respond to requests for information on who previously held the roles. Secor joined Horizon in 2007 and had been its chief investment and chief accounting officer. DeRuiter joined in 1998 and had been a senior vice president in operations. Rose joined the company in 1980 and has been a senior operations officer and a regional president.
Vinson & Elkins LLP — The Houston law firm promoted seven lawyers to its partnership. They include Manuel Berrelez, Ryan Carney, Christopher Dewar, Jenny Doak, Katy Gottspone, Adam Larson and Christina Tate. Berrelez is a commercial litigator in V&E’s Dallas whose practices is mainly litigating cases in state and federal courts and in regulatory matters. Joining him in Houston is Dewar and Tate who handle loan and M&A matters, respectively. Tax specialist Carney and M&A adviser Larson will both be based in Houston. Gottsponer, who represents companies in the energy space, and Doak, a tax lawyer, will be based in Washington, D.C.
Due to holiday and vacation schedules, the next edition of People Moves will be published on Tuesday, Jan. 7.