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BNY Mellon on Thursday named Jeff McCarthy to the newly created role of chief executive officer, exchange-traded funds.

Reuters reports that McCarthy joins from Transatlantic exchange operator Nasdaq Inc, where he was vice president and head of exchange-traded product listings & trading.

In the meantime, Bloomberg News reports that Deutsche Bank has named David Lynne and James Boyle as co-heads of global markets for the Asia-Pacific region, succeeding Michael Ormaechea, who will leave the bank after almost 22 years.

Lynne and Boyle will take their posts on Febuary 1st, an internal memo showed Friday. Ormaechea is also chief country officer for Australia, and his successor for that position will be announced soon, the memo showed.

Finally, Reuters also reports that Joseph Chee, one of UBS's top dealmakers in Asia, has resigned to pursue his own interests, two people familiar with the matter said on Friday, making it the second senior investment banker to leave the Swiss lender in recent weeks.

Chee, whose official title was head of corporate client solutions for Asia, was the go-to banker for Chinese state and private companies seeking to raise funds in Hong Kong and the United States.

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