Stephen Berenson, a vice chairman of investment banking at JPMorgan Chase & Co, has retired after more than three decades with the firm, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters.

Reuters reports that Berenson joined JPMorgan in 1984 and for the last 12 years has worked globally across industry groups on investment banking relationships, the memo said.

In the meantime, the news agency also reports that BNY Mellon Wealth Management said on Thursday it promoted Peter Wilson to wealth manager in Delaware.

Wilson, who for three years served as associate wealth manager at the firm, joined BNY Mellon in 2010.

Finally, Reuters reports that Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group appointed Stuart Randell and Anders Maehre to the leveraged finance team in its EMEA investment banking unit.

Randell has been appointed as executive director and head of portfolio management for leveraged finance, while Maehre joins as director for non-investment grade corporate origination.

JPMorgan investment banking vice chairman Stephen Berenson retires

BNY Mellon Wealth Management promotes Wilson to wealth manager

MUFG hires two PWC execs to EMEA investment banking team