C Suisse Hires Top Female

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Credit Suisse has hired former senior Deutsche Bank executive Charlotte Jones as head of group finance and investor relations, according to a memorandum seen by Reuters.

The news agency reports that Deutsche Bank had said last week that Jones would step down this month from her job as deputy to the bank's Chief Financial Officer Stefan Krause.

In hiring Jones, Credit Suisse is adding a high-profile female banker to its ranks. The bank already has Pamela Thomas-Graham, head of talent, branding and communications officer, on its management board. Swiss academic Iris Bohnet also joined the bank's board of directors last year.

In the meantime, Bloomberg reports that Credit Suisse’s Hong Kong-based head of equity derivatives and convertibles sales for Asia Pacific, Min Park, is leaving the bank, according to two people familiar with the matter.

The decision was announced this week, one of the people said, asking not to be identified because the matter isn’t for public disclosure. The people didn’t elaborate on the reasons for Park’s departure.

Finally, Bloomberg reports that David de Lanoy Meijer, the former head of Credit Suisse’s telecommunications investment banking practice in EMEA, is joining Akira Partners LLP.

De Lanoy Meijer, who left Credit Suisse at the end of last year, will start this week, London-based mergers and acquisitions advisory firm Akira said.

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