BMO Capital Markets is expanding its global fixed income business with the addition of several key new hires.
Aviva Investors has announced the appointment of Nancy Utterback and Alessandro Rovelli as Senior Credit Analysts within the Credit Team. Based in London, they will report to Mark Wauton, Head of Credit
BNY Mellon Treasury Services has announced the appointment of Vincent Marzula as senior healthcare market manager. Serving in a newly created position as chief architect for the health care market segment, Marzula is managing a team of health care specialists responsible for developing and deploying innovative healthcare-financial management solutions that take full advantage of BNY Mellon's extensive investment management, investment services and revenue cycle offerings.
CIBC has announced a number of senior level appointments to further build on the bank's performance and to support the client-focused implementation of its business strategy.
Allemby Hunt has announced the addition of Nick Cotter to their Global Markets team, who has today joined as part of their Global Markets recruitment expansion strategy.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch has announced that Fabrizio Gallo is joining the company from Brevan Howard Asset Management as co-head of Global Equities and EMEA Global Markets.
Morgan Keegan & Company, Inc. has announced that Gregory Ladeveze has joined the firm’s Energy Investment Banking group as a vice president in its Houston office. Prior to joining Morgan Keegan, Ladeveze was an investment banker with Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Morgan Keegan & Company, Inc. has announced that Susan C. Schmelzer and Joseph DaBreo have joined the firm’s Public Finance Investment Banking group. Schmelzer has joined the public finance team in the firm’s New York office and DaBreo is based in Boston.
Dahlman Rose & Co., a leading investment bank specializing in the global natural resources supply chain, announced today that it has appointed William Hunter as Managing Director, Investment Banking, effective immediately.
BNP Paribas has confirmed that Michel Pébereau will step down from his position as Chairman of the Board of Directors, and that Baudouin Prot, currently CEO, will replace him as Chairman. Jean-Laurent Bonnafé, currently CFO, will become Chief Executive Officer.