People News: Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup

Credit Suisse has named Harold Bogle to the newly created role of chairman of its investment-banking division as the firm seeks to strengthen coverage of private-equity clients.

Bloomberg News reports that Bogle, who joined Credit Suisse in 1981 and is based in New York, was most recently head of financial sponsors coverage, the bank said Thursday in an e-mailed statement.

Malcolm Price and Didier Denat will take over Bogle’s previous role as co-heads of the global financial sponsors group, the bank said. 

In the meantime, Bloomberg also reports that Morgan Stanley is hiring Goldman Sachs equity derivatives executive director Eric Govind, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.

Govind already left Goldman, where he covered Europe, the Middle East and Africa in London, the people said, asking not to be identified because the matter is private. 

Finally, Citigroup said Jonathan Larsen will add oversight of U.S. consumer banking and mortgages to his role as global head of retail banking, the first major management change announced under new consumer leader Stephen Bird.

Bloomberg News reports that Larsen, who held his previous job since 2012, will take on the new duties effective immediately, according to a memo Thursday from Bird, chief executive officer for the global consumer bank. 

Credit Suisse Names Bogle Chairman of Investment-Banking Unit

Morgan Stanley Said to Hire Goldman Equities Director Govind

Citigroup’s Larsen Adds U.S. Consumer Banking to His Duties

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