Klaus Oestergaard, a former partner and money manager at Brevan Howard Asset Management LLP, rejoined Europe’s biggest privately held hedge-fund firm after leaving more than a year ago.
Bloomberg News reports that Oestergaard started December 1st and is based in the firm’s Geneva office, according to Max Hilton, a spokesman at Peregrine Communications in London. He decided to return because 'the markets are looking more interesting', Hilton said in an e-mail.
In the meantime, Bloomberg also reports that Mediobanca SpA, Italy’s biggest publicly traded investment bank, hired Barclays Plc’s Stefano Marsaglia to be co-head of corporate and investment banking.
Marsaglia, 58, will be based in London, according to an e-mailed statement from Lorenza Pigozzi, a spokeswoman for the Milan-based firm. He will report to Alberto Nagel, Mediobanca’s chief executive officer and the other co-head of corporate and investment banking, the company said.
And Reuters reports that Citigroup's head of origination and banking of the securitized products business, Gerald Keefe, has been appointed as the bank's new corporate bank head in Japan, effective January 1, according to an internal memo seen by IFR.
In his new role, Keefe will head the corporate banking division of Citibank Japan.
Tschoeke, 46, who left New York-based Morgan Stanley this year after more than two decades, will begin his new job on January 15. He will focus on advising large corporate clients.
Finally, Bloomberg also reports that Morgan Stanley hired high-yield debt analyst Todd Corsair from UBS.
Corsair, who was with UBS for four years, started as an executive director in Morgan Stanley’s New York office last week.