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Credit Suisse has named Robert Arbuthnott as its next head of finance, reporting to Chief Financial Officer David Mathers, according to a person with knowledge of the appointment.

Bloomberg News reports that Arbuthnott, CFO for U.K. operations since he joined from Barclays in December, will replace Charlotte Jones as chief accounting officer and group head of finance, the person said Thursday, asking not to be named because the matter was private.

In the meantime, Bloomberg News also reports that Goldman Sachs’s global head of metals trading, Charles McGarraugh, will depart after 16 years with the firm and will be succeeded by Don Casturo.

McGarraugh, a partner and managing director, has led metals trading since 2014, according to an internal memo distributed Thursday and confirmed by Michael DuVally, a Goldman Sachs spokesman.

Finally, Bloomberg reports that Fullerton Financial Holdings Pte, an arm of Singapore state investment company Temasek Holdings Pte, has hired Yeo Hong Ping for a senior management role.

Yeo is joining from JPMorgan, where he has worked since 2000, most recently as head of Singapore investment banking, according to a person with knowledge of the matter. Yeo will start in his position this year, Fullerton said in an e-mailed response to Bloomberg queries.

Credit Suisse Said to Give Arbuthnott Finance Role Held by Jones

Goldman Sachs Metals-Trading Unit Chief McGarraugh to Leave Firm

JPMorgan’s Singapore Investment Bank Head to Join Temasek Unit

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