The Wall Street Journal's MoneyBeat reports that Josephine Majewski will join Citi as chief operating officer for the firm’s corporate and investment banking unit in Australia and New Zealand on May 6.
In the meantime, MoneyBeat also reports that Deutsche Bank is adding to its U.S. underwriting team for yield deals, amidst a clamoring by investors for dividend-paying stock offerings like master-limited partnerships and real-estate investment trusts.
The U.S. arm of the German bank has announced it had nabbed a UBS managing director, Young Kim, for its equity capital markets team.
Sana will depart his London-based role later this year, said two of the people, who asked not to be identified because they aren’t authorized to speak on the matter.
The New York Times reports that Goldman Sachs has named a new head of its global special situations group, the elite division that invests in and lends to companies.
Julian Salisbury is to become head of the division, replacing Jason Brown, who is retiring from the Wall Street firm, Goldman said Wednesday in internal memos obtained by DealBook.
Finally, Fox Business Network reports that Macquarie Group has shuffled the ranks of its equity capital markets team in Australia.
The bank has named Angus Firth as co-head of Australian equity capital markets, effective immediately, people with knowledge of his appointment said Thursday.
Citi Creates New COO Role in Australia (subscriber content)
Deutsche Bank Adds UBS Banker to Underwriting Team (subscriber content)