Credit Suisse Appoints New Investment Banking Heads

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Credit Suisse has appointed Rizal Gozali and Edwin Low to co-head its Southeast Asia investment banking team from Jakarta and Singapore, respectively.

Bloomberg reports that Gozali and Low will be responsible for the coverage of Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines, Switzerland’s second-largest bank said in an e- mailed statement Wednesday.

Credit Suisse is reinforcing its efforts in the region where it ranks 17th so far this year in merger and acquisition advisory, compared with a 7th place finish last year, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

The bank also named Robby Winarta, a managing director based in Jakarta, to lead investment banking in Indonesia.

On Tuesday, Credit Suisse named Charles Donald and Jonathan Grundy as co-heads of U.K. investment banking, replacing Sebastian Grigg.

The firm has been reshuffling senior bankers in Europe and on May 1 named Marisa Drew and Ewen Stevenson as co-heads of the European investment-banking business.

Bloomberg reports that Grigg will become a vice chairman of European, Middle East and Africa investment banking at Credit Suisse, the bank said in memos to employees.

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