Bank of America has named Mark Davies and Brian Weinstein as co-heads of emerging-market fixed income, currencies and commodities trading.
Bloomberg News reports that the two will report to James DeMare and Bernard Mensah, co-heads of global FICC trading.
In the meantime, Bloomberg also reports that Goldman Sachs has hired Muhammad Qubbaj, previously co-head for interest-rate sales in North America at Morgan Stanley, as managing director for a similar group in New York.
Qubbaj started this week on the interest-rate product sales team reporting to Paula Madoff, head of North America interest-rate products and mortgage sales.
And Reuters reports that Goldman has promoted media and telecommunications banker Andry Gordon to become global chairman of investment banking services, according to an internal memo sent to investment banking staff on Wednesday.
Bloomberg reports that JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s Greg Guyett and Tom DuCharme are stepping aside as co-heads of Asia-Pacific banking, with regional Chief Executive Officer Nicolas Aguzin taking on their responsibilities.
Guyett and DuCharme will explore other opportunities within the firm, according to a memo from Carlos Hernandez and Jeff Urwin, co-heads of global banking.
Finally, Reuters reports that David Bokman, a trusts and estates lawyer who most recently served as chief advisory officer of GenSpring Family Offices in Atlanta, has joined Morgan Stanley Wealth Management in a newly created role running "ultra high net worth resources" in its Private Wealth Management unit.
He will be based in New York.