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Cubitt Communications lands Trimega Laboratories brief.

Sup Media, a Moscow-based digital media company, has handed a media relations brief to TLG to build awareness of the company internationally. The firm owns Russian sports and news sites Championat and and blogging site LiveJournal.

Trimega Laboratories, the drug and alcohol testing company, has appointed Cubitt Consulting as its UK corporate comms adviser.

The South Africa-based firm helps the NHS, courts, social services and local authorities to detect patterns of alcohol and drug consumption. Cubitt Consulting's managing partner Simon Brocklebank-Fowler will lead the account.

Collins Stewart, the independent financial adviser group, has handed its retained financial comms account to FD. The brief encompasses businesses in the UK and the account will be led by MD and head of FD's financial services team Andrew Walton.

Royal London Asset Management has recruited Quentin Smith as marketing and comms manager. He joins from Old Mutual Asset Managers where he was an investment comms manager.

Daisy Wallace, formerly an account director at The Television Consultancy (TVC), has been appointed to the role of broadcast and content consultant at Ketchum Pleon. Wallace was until recently responsible for TVC's corporate and consumer practice and worked on financial, public sector and arts campaigns for clients including Virgin Atlantic, Louis Vuitton and Visa. At Ketchum Pleon, she will oversee visual content for social media and advise on a broadcast strategy.

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