The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that Elaine C. Greenberg, Chief of the Enforcement Division’s Municipal Securities and Public Pensions Unit and Associate Director of the Philadelphia Regional Office, is leaving the agency after more than 25 years of service.
Cantor Fitzgerald has announced that it is strengthening its Credit Fixed Income team with the addition of seasoned veterans Keith Melchionni, David Patterson, John Kleinert, and Jordan Cahn.
Nomura has announced the appointment of eleven Directors to its Board of Directors (including six Outside Directors) and six Executive Officers.
Barclays has appointed Nathalie Majlis as Relationship Director, Insurance, within its Non-Bank Financial Institutions team (NBFI), based in New York.
BNY Mellon has announced that Dave DeFilippo has been named to the newly created role of Chief Learning Officer.
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group has announced the appointment of Graeme Liebelt to the ANZ Board of Directors.
Piet Moerland, Chairman of the Executive Board of Rabobank Nederland will retire in 2014.
Blackstone and Fisterra Energy ('Fisterra'), a company owned by funds managed by Blackstone on behalf of its private equity investors, has announced that General Wesley Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, and Lars Thunell, former International Finance Corporation head, have joined Fisterra’s Board of Directors.
3i announces that Fredrik Karlsson and Mattias Eklund will become co-heads of 3i’s Nordic team from 1 July.
BNY Mellon has announced that it has appointed Michael Chan as Asia-Pacific head of asset servicing.
Houlihan Lokey has announced that Patrick Schoennagel has joined the firm as a Director in its Capital Markets Group.
DBO Partners has announced that Mathew Hein and David DeRuff have joined the firm as Partners.
Nomura have announced that it will start coordinating donations from its employees around the world in Japan, AEJ, EMEA and the Americas to support relief efforts following the recent devastating earthquake in Nepal.