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Barclays has said that Daniel Janes, its Australian co-head of investment banking, resigned and Tim Lindley has taken over as head of the unit.

Bloomberg reports that Lindley jointly led the investment banking business in Australia with Janes.

In the meantime, Bloomberg also reports that Julia Numair, who traded credit-default swaps indexes at Citigroup before leaving in March, joined an online “digital doorman” company founded by two other ex-Wall Street credit employees.

Numair started last month as head of sales and marketing for Clean Cube, which provides dry-cleaning drop-off and other services to New York residential buildings without doormen, she said in an interview this week.

Finally, Bloomberg reports that Jefferies is hiring as many as four investment bankers for its first office in Moscow as international competitors retreat from Russia.

The U.S. bank lured Ildar Iksanov from Deutsche Bank AG in June to lead the business, which will focus on mergers and acquisitions, high-yield financing and global equity distribution, according to Peter Bacchus, co-head of Europe investment banking at Jefferies in London.

Barclays’s Australian Co-Head of Investment Banking Janes Quits

Ex-Citigroup Credit-Swaps Trader Julia Numair Joins Startup

Jefferies to Hire Up to Four Bankers for Its Russia Expansion

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