Here's the latest on the 'Movers & Shakers' front.
Karl Wildi will be joining CIBC in September as Managing Director and Head of Capital Markets in Europe.
Wildi has over 20 years of capital markets experience and joins from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where he was Canadian head of fixed income, currencies and commodities. He will be relocating to London from Toronto for the role.
The firm has also hired Michael Chiun into the Financial Solutions Group as an Executive Director in the Hong Kong office. He has 15 years of capital markets experience and joins from the Bank of International Settlements.
Josh Kay will be also joining CIBC as a Director in the Financial Solutions Group based in Toronto. Kay started his career with CIBC in 2002 on the securitization team. He later joined Morgan Stanley in London, where for the past several years he has focused on structuring and distributing financial products. He will report to Andy McNair and will be focused on fixed incomes sales and efforts to enhance collaboration across product teams.
Nick Haley will also be joining CIBC as an Executive Director in the London office of the Financial Solutions Group. He has 13 years experience covering FX sales to corporate and institutional clients across Europe. Most recently Nick worked at Nomura International, responsible for FX sales to financial institutions across continental Europe.
DAIWA CAPITAL MARKETS
Daiwa Capital Markets has announced today that it has appointed Jung Insuk as head of Fixed Income in Korea, and Ajay Marwaha as head of Fixed Income in India.
Insuk joins from Shinhan Investment Corp., where he was head of Fixed Income. Marwaha joins from Nomura Financial Advisory and Securities (India) Private Limited, where he served as Executive Director.
Deutsche Bank has announced that Scott Lampard will join as Head of Global Markets for Canada, managing the Bank's sales and trading business in the region.
Lampard will report to Jeffrey Mayer, Head of Global Markets for North America, and Paul Jurist, Chief Country Officer for Canada. Lampard will be based in Toronto. Lampard joins from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where he served as head of global markets in Asia and head of international capital markets in London.
Deutsche Bank Securities has announced that Dean Keller will join the firm's Natural Resources group as a Managing Director, focusing on the Power and Utilities sector. He will be based in New York, reporting to Kirk Andrews and Frank Kinney, Co-Heads of Power & Utilities corporate coverage in the Americas.
Keller will join Deutsche Bank in early August from Entergy Corporation, where he was an Executive Vice President and CFO for Enexus Energy Corporation for the past two years.
Deutsche Bank also announced the appointment of Henry Cai as Chairman of Corporate Finance, Asia and Head of the Corporate and Investment Bank (CIB), China. Cai will join Deutsche Bank's Asia Pacific Executive Committee and will be based in Hong Kong. Reporting to Robert Rankin, Deutsche Bank's Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific his appointment will be effective October 4, 2010.
Cai had previously been the Chairman, Investment Banking, Asia at UBS, which he joined in early 2006.
JEFFERIES & CO
Jefferies has announced the hiring of Richard Taylor as Head of International Equity Research in London and Robert Fagin as Co-Director of US Equity Research in New York. Taylor will lead Jefferies' equity securities research effort in Europe and Fagin will partner with Susan Gilbertson, Co-Director of US Equity Research, in leading the firm's US equity research.
Taylor brings to Jefferies more than 25 years of industry experience, including the most recent 13 years at Citigroup, where he was most recently Managing Director and Head of European Equity Research.
In a further expansion of the firm's global Equity Research group, Jefferies also announced the hiring of Iain Reid and Brendan Warn as Senior Equity Research Analysts in London, covering oil and gas companies.
Reid brings to Jefferies more than 30 years of industry experience and joins the firm from Macquarie Capital, where he was a Senior Equity Research Analyst for European Oil & Gas Research.
Warn brings to Jefferies more than 18 years of industry experience and joins the firm from Macquarie Capital, where he was a Senior Equity Research Analyst covering European Oil & Gas companies.
Jefferies has also announced the addition of five professionals to the firm's international equity sales and research sales effort.
Scott Ackerman joins Jefferies as an International Equity Sales Trader from Deutsche Bank, where he spent eight years as a Director in International Sales and Trading. He is based in New York.
Martyn Bergh joins Jefferies as a European Equity Research Salesperson from Deutsche Bank, where he spent eight years and was most recently a Vice President for Institutional Equity Sales. He is based in San Francisco.
Jerry Bellman joins Jefferies as a European Equity Research Salesperson from Bellman Walter Capital, where he spent two years and was most recently an Equity Analyst. He is based in San Francisco.
Richard Harb joins Jefferies as a European Equity Research Salesperson from UBS, where he spent three years and was a Director for European Equity Sales. He is based in Boston.
Paul LoGiudice joins Jefferies as a European Equity Research Salesperson from UBS, where he spent four years in European Equity Sales. He is based in Boston.
The firm has also announced the addition of Paul D. Sandoli as a Managing Director and Head of its Ratings Advisory Group.
Sandoli will be responsible for leading the firm's efforts in providing credit rating and capital structure advice and analysis to corporate clients in connection with their capital raising and acquisition financing decisions. He brings to Jefferies over 15 years of investment banking experience, including seven years at Bear Stearns where he was a Managing Director and led the Leveraged Finance Ratings Advisory business.
And in a further expansion of its investment banking business, Jefferies has announced the addition of Michael S. Rintoul, who joins as a Managing Director and Head of Business Services Investment Banking.
Rintoul brings to Jefferies over twenty years of investment banking experience, and joins the firm from UBS, where he spent twelve years and was a Managing Director and Global Head of Technology Services Investment Banking.
John McIntyre will join at the beginning of September as Executive Director, Head of Pan-Asian Equity Sales. He was previously Head of Asia Equity and Equity linked Distribution at Citigroup Global Markets Asia in Hong Kong, having spent a total of 22 years at Citigroup and preceding entities.
Peter Hale will join in early August as Executive Director, Head of International Convertible Bond Trading and joins Mizuho International from Jeffries. He was previously Head of Asia Pacific Convertible Bonds at JP Morgan in Hong Kong and brings with him over 18 years banking experience.
Jonathan Allum will join Mizuho International at the beginning of September as a Director, Equity Strategist. He was last employed as a Japan Equity Strategist at KBC FP London. His career to date spans over 30 years in the Financial Services industry.
Philip Monk will join in early August as Director, Asian Convertible Bond Trading, and it is intended that he will move to Hong Kong later in the year to run the customer facilitation book in the Asian time zone. Philip was previously at Citigroup London where he was a Director on the European Convertible Bond Trading desk. Philip brings with him over 10 years banking experience.
Chris Clarke will join at the beginning of September as Director, Head of Equity Finance. He was last employed as Senior Vice President of the EMEA Region at Sungard Astec Analytics. He has spent over 20 years in the banking industry.
MOELIS & CO
Moelis & Company has announced Roger Wood, a senior advisor to power and infrastructure companies globally, has joined the firm as a Managing Director in the firm's headquarters in New York. Wood joins from Rothschild where he was Head of North American Utilities and Infrastructure and Global Co-Head of both Utilities and Infrastructure. He will focus on providing senior level advisory services to companies in the power, infrastructure and related energy sectors.
Wood has 24 years of investment banking experience during which time he has advised some of the largest global power and infrastructure companies on critical strategic transactions both in the US and internationally. Prior to joining Rothschild in 2005, he was a Managing Director in the Mergers and Acquisitions Group at Citigroup in New York focused on the electric utility and independent power sectors. Wood previously worked in Energy Investment Banking at JP Morgan in New York and London and began his career as a member of JP Morgan's Mergers and Acquisitions Group in London.
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney has announced the appointment of Managing Director Douglas J. Ketterer as Head of Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management in the U.S., which serves the ultra-high net worth client segment through a nationwide network of 300 private wealth advisors.
Ketterer will report to Andy Saperstein, Head of Wealth Management in the U.S., and served most recently as Chief Operating Officer of Wealth Management, U.S., in Morgan Stanley Smith Barney. He joined Morgan Stanley in 1990 in the corporate finance area, and subsequently worked on the origination side of Investment Banking, as well as in product development and strategic planning for Morgan Stanley Investment Management. He also led the Products Group for Global Wealth Management prior to formation of the Morgan Stanley Smith Barney joint venture.
The firm also announced the appointment of Managing Director James J. Tracy as Chief Operating Officer of Distribution and Development, Wealth Management in the U.S. His responsibilities will include business development, professional development, talent management and national branch services.
Tracy will report to Andy Saperstein, and most recently served at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney as Head of the Consulting Group, which has industry leading market share in investment consulting and managed money services. Previously he led National Sales, Professional Development, Marketing and Recruiting for Citigroup's Global Wealth Management division, including the former Smith Barney. He began his career as a financial advisor, and has served as a Sales Manager, Branch Manager and Regional Director.
Nomura Securities North America LLC, has announced the appointment of Julie Persily and Steven Seltzer as managing directors and Co-Heads of Nomura's Leveraged Finance Group in New York.
Ms Persily and Seltzer will be jointly responsible for marketing, originating and delivering Leveraged Finance solutions to Nomura's growing number of clients in the Americas. They will help to drive Nomura's client-focused, solutions-driven strategy in the region.
Ms Persily joins Nomura from Citigroup where she was previously co-head of leveraged finance and head of acquisition finance. Seltzer joins Nomura from North Sea Partners where he marketed specialist financial advisory services to financial sponsors and high yield investors, and previously at Morgan Stanley where he was a managing director, global head of the high yield syndicate and co-chair of the leveraged finance commitment committee.
And Nomura Securities International, Inc. has announced that Harry Curtis will join the firm as a Managing Director and senior analyst covering Gaming, Lodging & Leisure in the firm's US Equity Research department.
Curtis, who will be joining Nomura from Lazard Capital Markets, has been an established leader and highly-regarded analyst in the Gaming & Lodging industry for over 25 years. Before moving to the buy-side in 2008 as a portfolio manager and senior consumer analyst, Curtis was consistently recognized by Institutional Investor as a highly-ranked Gaming & Lodging analyst. Curtis has also been recognized by Forbes and The Wall Street Journal with their "Best on the Street" awards.
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