Deutsche Bank has hired three people for its U.S. investment-grade debt group, including an analyst and two traders.
Michael Gorun, who trades bonds of financial companies, will come from Barclays, and Yannis Giovanidis, an index-options trader, joined from UBS on April 22.
In the meantime, Bloomberg also reports that UBS has named Jim Voorheis as head of Americas specialty finance, succeeding Halle Benett.
Voorheis, who will join the company in July, will also be a managing director in the financial institutions group, according to an internal memo confirmed by the bank. He will be based in New York and report to Greg Kennedy, head of the Americas financial institutions group.
Finally, Bloomberg reports that Twitter has hired Morgan Stanley Managing Director Cynthia Gaylor to run corporate development, adding an executive with 17 years of investment-banking experience in the run-up to a possible initial public offering.
Gaylor’s appointment was announced by Twitter staffers on the service. She will focus on strategy and mergers and acquisitions, she said in a Twitter message.