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Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce has hired Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s Michael Freeborn as head of energy investment banking.

Bloomberg reports that Freeborn will oversee that business from Calgary, the Toronto-based firm said today in an internal memo.

He’ll replace Mark Horsfall, who was appointed vice-chairman of investment banking starting in August, the firm said.

In the meantime, The Wall Street Journal's MoneyBeat column reports that Simon Greenaway, an Australia-based Goldman Sachs Managing Director, has announced his retirement, a person familiar with the matter said Tuesday.

Greenaway, who was most recently head of Australian cash equities, joined the Wall Street bank in 1987 and has held roles in equity capital markets syndication and global equities sales.

And Reuters reports that Janus Capital Group is losing three portfolio managers, two who have been overseeing top-performing funds and one who has been overseeing two underperforming funds.

Janus said on Monday that Chad Meade and Brian Schaub, co-managers of Janus Venture Fund and Janus Triton Fund, will leave in coming weeks after handing off the portfolios.

Finally, Bloomberg reports that T. Rowe Price lost its second fund manager in three months when Joseph M. Milano, manager of the $4 billion New America Growth Fund, quit recently.

CIBC Adds Goldman Sachs’s Freeborn for Energy Investment Banking

Goldman Sachs Head Of Australian Cash Equities Retires

Janus to lose 3 managers, 2 of whom oversee top performers

T. Rowe Price Loses Second Fund Manager as Milano Quits


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