Mizuho International, the London based securities and investment banking arm of Mizuho Financial Group has recently hired a number of FIG professionals into its European Debt Capital Markets business.
Morgan Stanley picked its global head of metals and mining, Richard Tory, to lead investment banking operations in Canada.
Pacific Investment Management Co. hired Danielle Luk from Credit Suisse as a portfolio manager and Tiffany Wilding from Tudor Investment Corp. as economist.
Mizuho Bank Americas has appointed Rich Gallivan as Managing Director and Head of Technology Media & Telecom (TMT) Investment Banking for its North American banking business.
Mizuho International, the London-based securities and investment banking arm of the Mizuho Financial Group has appointed Christel Aranda-Hassel as Chief European Economist.
Mizuho Bank Americas have announced the appointment of Eric Yoss as Chief Risk Officer.
Credit Suisse has appointed its investment-banking chief in the Asia-Pacific region, Vikram Malhotra, to run a newly created unit serving ultra-rich entrepreneurs.
Evercore Partners have announced that Evercore, Mizuho Bank, and Mizuho Securities have extended their mergers and acquisitions cross-border alliance for an additional three year period and expanded it to operate on a global basis.
Mizuho Bank (USA) have announced the appointment of Richard A. Thompson as Senior Vice President and Co-Head of its U.S. Private Placements (USPP) group.
Mizuho have announced the appointments of Charles Minton and Shelta Kodjo to its derivatives trading business. Minton will serve as Head of XVA Derivatives Trading and Kodjo as Head of Quantitative Strategies. Both are Managing Directors and report to Takehiko Ariga, Managing Director and Head of Global Derivatives Trading for Mizuho Capital Markets.
Mizuho Americas has announced the appointment of Alan Roche as a Managing Director in its Japanese Corporate Banking business.
Mizuho Financial, the bank that added dozens of stock analysts and salesmen in the past year, is seeking to loosen Nomura’s stranglehold on the nation’s potentially lucrative yet elusive retail brokerage business.