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HSBC’s head of European equities, David Long, has left just nine months after joining the lender’s securities unit, according to two people with knowledge of his departure.

Bloomberg News reports that Long, who was previously with JPMorgan, resigned on Monday, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the matter is private. He took over the equities trading business in September, reporting to Global Head of Equities Patrick George, the bank said at the time.

In the meantime, Reuters reports that Deutsche Bank's asset & wealth management division in the United States said on Tuesday it hired an international wealth planner away from RBC Wealth Management, a division of Royal Bank of Canada.

Francesca Boschini joined the bank's unit in New York from RBC, where she had worked since 1997, most recently as director and head of U.S. and International Wealth Planning.

HSBC European Equity Head Long Said to Resign After Nine Months

Deutsche Asset & Wealth hires RBC wealth planner

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