Goldman Sachs hired Credit Suisse Group AGdealmaker Kevin Adam as it chases $500 million in new revenue from the investment banking business over the next three years.

Bloomberg News reports that Adam, who had been with the Swiss bank since 2003, will join Goldman Sachs’s oil and gas team in Houston as the bank beefs up its staff covering that industry. Last year, the firm tapped Citigroup veteran Michael Casey to join the same group.

In the meantime, Reuters reports that UBS has appointed Solon Kentas, previously a managing director at Deutsche Bank, to lead the Swiss bank’s U.S. consumer and retail dealmaking efforts, UBS announced internally in a memo on Tuesday.

Goldman Snags Credit Suisse Banker Adam for Oil and Gas Deals

UBS hires Solon Kentas to lead U.S. consumer and retail M&A