Robert Burr Vice-president of strategic marketing and health services, Asia Sun Life Financial Mr Burr will launch Sun Life health services and oversee the development of strategic marketing across the region. He was previously AIG's vice-president of marketing, accident and health. Anthony Hill Consultant Tanner De Witt Mr Hill has practised in Hong Kong for more than 16 years. He will enhance the reputation of Tanner De Witt in the areas of insolvency and restructuring. Margaret Ang Sales director for Asia-Pacific ex Japan Janus Capital Asia Ms Ang will oversee business development for institutional investors with a primary focus on Southeast Asia. She will report to Ilex Lam, Janus Capital regional director for Asia-Pacific ex Japan. Cheung Fai-hung Counsel Allen & Overy China Mr Cheung, an experienced counsel previously at the firm's Asian dispute resolution practice in Hong Kong, has recently moved to the Shanghai office where he will be covering all aspects of contentious advisory work. Tom Corkhill Chief executive KCS Mr Corkhill has taken responsibility for the overall growth of KCS across the region. He has nearly 17 years of experience in the business and joined KCS in 2004 when it acquired the corporate services business of Grant Thornton. Maurice Ngai Director, listing services KCS With special expertise in the China market, Mr Ngai and his team will be responsible for delivering services to organisations considering a public listing. Rebecca Kuei Head of sales and operation Google Hong Kong Mrs Kuei succeeds Crid Yu who will take up a regional role as director of new initiatives in Google's head office. Mrs Kuei will be responsible for leading business strategy and developments in the Hong Kong and Taiwan markets. Mark Fong, Raphael Ding, Daniel Lin, Michael Sim, Kelvin Kwong, Calvin Chiu Partners Grant Thornton The promotions are in line with the growth strategy of the firm and echo the merger between the British member firms of Grant Thornton International and RSM International, which was announced recently. Grant Thornton will soon have 21 partners and 480 employees in Hong Kong. Grant Thornton and Moores Rowland are two of the major and longest established accounting firms in Hong Kong. Brian Downie Partner, construction, Hong Kong Minter Ellison Mr Downie has worked for more than 12 years as a consultant to the construction industry, advising on projects throughout Asia. His experience includes advising on project delivery strategies and contract formation. Nigel Francis Partner, dispute resolution, Hong Kong Minter Ellison Mr Francis specialises in commercial litigation, contentious IP, IT and digital media, and has been involved in major dispute cases. Pattie Walsh Partner, HR & IR, Hong Kong Minter Ellison Ms Walsh is one of the few dedicated employment law experts in Asia and has received a number of accolades. She is qualified as a solicitor in Hong Kong and as a barrister and solicitor in England and Wales. Steven Yip Partner, construction, Hong Kong Minter Ellison Mr Yip has extensive experience advising on construction issues and dispute resolution in Asia. He acts for international and mainland clients in the drafting and negotiation of contracts in Greater China in English and Chinese.