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Credit Suisse has hired Greenhill’s top technology dealmaker, Dhiren Shah, and Barclays banker David Kamo to run teams that advise clients including investment funds on mergers and acquisitions.

Bloomberg News reports that Shah will lead the financial sponsors M&A group, which counsels clients such as buyout firms, according to an internal memo from Credit Suisse M&A co-heads Robin Rankin and Greg Weinberger obtained by Bloomberg News.

His exit from Greenhill, where he oversaw tech, media and communications banking, set off promotions to fill his role at that firm this week. Kamo will run a new sell-side M&A group for Credit Suisse starting in October, according to a separate memo.

In the meantime, Bloomberg also reports that Deutsche Bank hired Basile Delaville to trade credit-default swap indexes in London, according to three people familiar with the matter.

Delaville previously traded index options at Bank of America, said the people, who asked not to be identified because they’re not authorized to talk about the appointment. He began working at the lender in 2008, before which he worked at Credit Agricole, according to his registration with the U.K.’s Financial Conduct Authority.

Credit Suisse Hires Greenhill Banker Shah to Advise Funds on M&A

Deutsche Bank Said to Hire Delaville as London CDS Index Trader

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