People News - Bank of New York Mellon, Deutsche Bank, HSBC

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Bank of New York Mellon Corp on Wednesday named Avi Shua as technology lead for wealth management, effective immediately.

Reuters reports that Shua most recently worked as the global head of private wealth management technology at Goldman Sachs.

Bloomberg News reports Deutsche Bank’s top Japan dealmaker and Tokyo branch head have resigned, the latest senior managers in the country to leave the German firm, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

Keisuke Sueyoshi, 46, head of mergers and acquisitions at Deutsche Securities Inc. in Tokyo, will formally depart later this year to join a competitor, the people said, asking not to be identified because there hasn’t been any announcement. Peter Massion, Tokyo branch manager and head of global transaction banking for Japan, is also leaving to pursue other opportunities.

Finally, Reuters reports that HSBC has hired seven new bankers to expand its power, infrastructure and real estate businesses as part of a global push to serve clients across these industries, the investment bank said in a release on Thursday.

It also reshuffled investment banking roles with a handful of internal appointments.

BNY Mellon names tech lead for wealth management

Deutsche Bank Faces More Senior Departures in Japan

HSBC bolsters infrastructure, power and real estate teams in expansion drive

 

 

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