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Barclays hired Carlo Calabria and eight other bankers from CMC Capital in London and Milan as the bank seeks to bolster its advisory business.

Bloomberg News reports that Calabria will join as a chairman for mergers and acquisitions in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region, Barclays said in a statement Monday. His partners Enrico Chiapparoli and Stefano Soldi will serve as bankers in the automotive and power and utilities industries, respectively.

In the meantime, Reuters reports that Deutsche Bank has appointed Mark Keene as global co-head of technology, media and telecom (TMT) investment banking, replacing Chris Colpitts, who left to join buyout firm CVC Capital Partners.

Keene, who is based in San Francisco, will lead the group along with Gavin Deane, a London-based banker who has been co-head of the TMT group for the past three years, Deutsche Bank announced internally on Monday in a memo seen by Reuters.

Finally, Bloomberg News reports that Goldman Sachs named Susie Scher to run a newly created group combining investment-grade capital markets with another business that sells derivatives and risk-management products to corporate clients in the Americas.

Scher, 51, most recently was head of Americas investment-grade capital markets and syndicate, as well as liability management, Marc Nachmann, head of global financing, said in a staff memo obtained by Bloomberg. 

Barclays Hires Calabria and Eight Other Bankers From CMC Capital

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