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Credit Suisse has named Brent Patry vice chairman, acquisition and leveraged finance capital markets.

Reuters reports that in the new role, Patry, who was previously head of US leveraged finance capital markets, will work to coordinate between the global markets unit and the investment banking and capital markets unit, the sources said, citing an internal memo.

In the meantime, Reuters also reports that JP Morgan has promoted two bankers to fill the gap left in its SSA business by the retirement of veteran banker Carl Norrey, according to an internal memo seen by IFR.

Richard Gustard, currently head of the bank's supranational and agency business, will expand his responsibilities to include European government bonds and sovereign derivatives trading.

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