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Deutsche Bank has rejigged its global leveraged debt capital markets team, according to an internal memo seen by IFR on Tuesday.

In EMEA, Henrik Johnsson has been promoted to head of high-yield and loan capital markets. Johnsson was previously head of high-yield capital markets, and will work with Nick Jansa who will remain head of EMEA leveraged debt capital markets.

In the meantime, Bloomberg reports that Daniel Wainstein, chairman of Goldman Sachs’ Brazil investment-banking business, will leave the company, two people with direct knowledge of the matter said.

Goldman Sachs has been discussing the changes with Wainstein for the past several months, according to a person at the New York-based firm who asked not to be identified because the decision hasn’t been announced. Wainstein, 42, and Andre Laport Ribeiro are Goldman Sachs’s only partners in Brazil.

Finally, Morgan Stanley has hired Chris Randazzo to become head of technology for its wealth management and investment management divisions, according to an internal memo viewed by Reuters.

Randazzo had the same role at Morgan Stanley rival Bank of America Corp, and will replace Moira Kilcoyne, who was recently promoted to chief operating officer of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management.

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