Michael Romanowski is joining Credit Suisse as a director on the high-yield sales desk in the bank’s global credit products division, according to a source familiar with the matter.
Reuters reports that Romanowski previously worked at Barclays as a director in credit sales. He has been involved in sales with credit hedge funds including leveraged loans, investment grade, high-yield and emerging markets.
In the meantime, The Wall Street Journal reports that Citigroup has hired a senior investment banker from UBS Group AG to head up mergers and acquisitions for the U.S. bank’s Europe, Middle East and Africa operations.
Alison Harding-Jones will focus on growing Citi’s market share across EMEA countries and sectors, the bank said in a release. The 47-year-old investment banker was most recently head of Asia Pacific M&A at UBS.
Finally, Reuters also reports that Deutsche Bank has hired Jonathan Rose as the head of its metals and mining investment banking team in the Americas, according to an internal memo, the contents of which were confirmed on Wednesday by a Deutsche Bank spokeswoman.
Rose will be based in New York and report to John Anos, co-head of the bank’s global industrials group. He joins Deutsche Bank from BMO Capital Markets, where he was responsible for coverage of the global coal and North American iron ore and metals sectors.