Ernst & Young LLP has hired David R. Williams as its head of restructuring services for the United States and promoted John O'Neill to head of the bankruptcy and restructuring tax business.
Mr. Williams worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC in its global restructuring business. Mr. O'Neill was the director of private equity for the Americas at Ernst & Young. Before that he had been the leader of the bankruptcy tax business at Arthur Andersen LLP.
WESTZurich Financial Services of Switzerland has hired Dan Dunmoyer as a senior vice president and the head of legislative and regulatory affairs for the company and its Los Angeles subsidiary, Farmers Insurance Group.
Mr. Dunmoyer was the chief cabinet secretary for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger of California. Before that he had been the governor's senior adviser on policy development. While holding those positions, he had also been the deputy chief of staff since 2005.
Earlier he had been the president and chief executive officer of Personal Insurance Federation of California since 1996. He joined PIFC in 1989 after having been the chief administrative officer for the California Assembly Republican Caucus and the senior consultant for the Assembly's Finance and Insurance Committee.
INTERNATIONALTotal System Services Inc. of Columbus, Ga., has hired Bulent Senver as the business development director for its Turkish market.
Mr. Senver was the chief executive officer for Pamukbank TAS. Before that he had been the chairman of Denizbank Ltd.
He has worked in the Turkish card industry for 30 years and introduced the country's first photo credit card and its first telephone banking system.
ICICI Group of Mumbai has promoted Chandra D. Kochhar to managing director and chief executive officer of its ICICI Bank.
Ms. Kochhar will start her new job May 1, and her term will expire March 31, 2014. She will remain the chief financial officer of the bank. She will also remain a director of the bank, a position she has held since 2001. She has also been the head of the corporate center, overseeing strategic consistency for the parent company, since last year.
As the managing director and CEO of the bank, she will succeed K.V. Kamath, who will become a nonexecutive chairman for ICICI Group. Mr. Kamath will succeed N. Vaghul, who will retire from the company when his board term expires April 30.