Standard Chartered Bank have announced the appointment of Didier von Daeniken as its new Global Head, Private Banking & Wealth Management. Didier will join the Bank in March 2016, and will be based in Singapore. This appointment is subject to regulatory approval.
Blue Corporate Finance and Quarton Partners have announced that they have agreed today to combine their businesses as equal partners.
Credit Suisse has announced that it has appointed Koichi Ito as Managing Director, Head of Investment Banking and Capital Markets for Japan, to spearhead the growth of the bank’s investment banking activities in Japan.
Piper Jaffray Companies has announced the hiring of Keith Anderson as a managing director in its healthcare investment banking group where he will focus on the information-driven healthcare and pharma services sectors.
Mizuho International, the London-based securities and investment banking arm of the Mizuho Financial Group has appointed AJ Davidson to the position of Managing Director, Head of EMEA Financial Institutions and Risk Solutions.
The billionaire founder of the Foxtons estate agency group has won a legal battle with the French government allowing him to press ahead with plans to dig a mega-basement under his London home to house his vintage car collection.
Oppenheimer Europe, a subsidiary of Oppenheimer Holdings, has announced it has hired Samir Patel as a Director and European Credit Desk Analyst. He will play a key role in building up the firm’s High Yield primary and secondary business.
Houlihan Lokey has announced that J. Andrew Koecher has joined the firm as a Managing Director and Head of the Transaction Advisory Services (TAS) practice.
Wells Fargo & Company has announced that its Board of Directors has named 28-year company veteran Timothy J. Sloan to be president and chief operating officer, reporting to Chairman and Chief Executive Officer John G. Stumpf, effective immediately.
Standard Chartered announced the appointment of Zarin Daruwala as CEO of Standard Chartered Bank, India, following the appointment of Sunil Kaushal as Regional CEO for Africa and the Middle East.
Barclays Wealth has announced the appointment of Pakorn Boonyakurkul as Managing Director, Head of North Asia, effective 3 May 2011.
Oppenheimer Europe has opened a new office in Geneva as part of the firm’s continued international expansion. The Geneva office will be led by Emmanuel Geiser, who, along with a team of seasoned professionals, has a long and established track record serving institutional clients in Switzerland, France and Benelux markets.
Nicholas Tanner has joined MF Global as head of Asian Sales in London. In this role, Tanner will help expand MF Global’s Asia research product to leading European clients.
Mizuho Bank Americas has announced the appointment of Andrew Dewing as Managing Executive Officer and Head of North American Banking. In his new role, Dewing will lead an integrated team of coverage, advisory and product bankers to deliver Mizuho’s expanding product suite to North American clients.
Mark Fox has joined Standard Bank’s Fixed Income and Currency (FIC) Sales team in the Global Markets division as Head of London Buyside. He will be based in London.
ANZ has announced the appointment of Sreeram Iyer as Chief Operating Officer, Asia Pacific, Europe and America (APEA) with responsibility for Operations, Technology, Legal and Compliance, Property, Sourcing, Transformation and Major Programs.
Nomura has announced that Christopher Marai, Ph.D., has joined as a Managing Director and senior analyst, covering Biotechnology in the firm’s U.S. Equity Research department.
Citigroup said Vice Chairman Michael Helfer will retire next month and Zion Shohet will take on an expanded regulatory role.
StormHarbour, the leading independent global markets and financial advisory firm, has bolstered its team in Madrid to increase its foothold in the region’s debt capital markets.
Anke Sahlén (48) and Daniel Kalczynski (48) will jointly manage Deutsche Bank Wealth Management (WM) in Germany, effective immediately. As Co-Heads they will pursue the goals of developing WM into the leading trusted expert advisor to wealthy clients and advancing Deutsche Bank’s market leadership in its home market.
BGL has announced the opening of its Philadelphia office and the addition of eleven talented professionals to its Investment Banking team in recent months.
Raymond James is growing its Energy Investment Banking practice with the hiring of two senior petroleum engineers, Carla Tharp and Michael Eichhorn. Tharp and Eichhorn are highly experienced engineers whose nearly 50 combined years of energy and finance expertise will help expand the technical and advisory capabilities available to Raymond James clients.