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BlackRock has hired former Morgan Stanley MS -1.74% banker Scott Greenberg to lead its new global capital markets division for Asia Pacific.

The Wall Street Journal reports that Greenberg started in his new role this week, BlackRock said in statement Thursday.

In the meantime, Bloomberg reports that Citigroup has rehired Yonatan Gozdanker as head of European cash trading almost three years after he departed to join Russia’s Renaissance Capital.

Gozdanker will report to Mike Pringle, global head of equities trading, and Andy Thompson, who is in charge of equities for Europe, Middle East and Africa.

And IFR Asia reports that Ivor Dunbar, a former head of global capital markets at Deutsche Bank, is to leave the bank at the end of the month, according to sources within the bank.

The veteran of 16 years at the firm was most recently head of client franchise development.

The Wall Street Journal also reports that CLSA’s head of Australian resources research Hayden Bairstow has left the broker to join Macquarie, two people familiar with the matter said Thursday.

Bairstow, who had been based in Sydney since joining CLSA in 2010, will join Macquarie’s research team in Perth, the people said.

Finally, Reuters reports that Schroders has poached a star manager from rival firm Jupiter, Philip Matthews, to replace its outgoing head of UK equities.

Schroders said on Matthews would take over the Schroders UK Alpha Plus fund from Richard Buxton, a high-profile fund manager who is leaving to join Old Mutual Global Investors in June.

BlackRock Bulks Up Global Capital Markets Team in Asia (subscriber content)

Citigroup Rehires Gozdanker as Head of European Cash Trading

Ivor Dunbar to leave Deutsche Bank

Macquarie Nabs CLSA’s Australia Resources Head (subscriber content)

Schroders poaches rising Jupiter manager to replace manager

 

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