A round-up of the latest positions for those in finance, covering investment markets worldwide
Brian Keelan, a senior managing director in corporate finance, is leaving UBS Warburg for Jardine Matheson, the Hong Kong conglomerate and one of the bank's clients in Asia.
Keelan will work at Jardine as strategy director with responsibility for its mergers and acquisitions strategy.
Keelan, who is based in London, has in the past few years kept a relatively low profile, concentrating on client relationships rather than deals. Among the bigger clients have been Jardine and Pacific Century Cyberworks, the Hong Kong telecoms group which acquired Hong Kong Telecom for £27bn last year.
Noel Dunn, the former Goldman Sachs bond syndicate head who left the bank before its flotation in 1999, has re-emerged at Bear Stearns.
Dunn is ending his two-year exile from the Eurobond markets by joining Bear Stearns as a senior managing director and head of debt origination in Northern Europe.
Dunn was at Goldman Sachs for 11 years and rose to become joint head of the European bond syndicate.
Jane Coffey has moved to SLC Asset Management as head of European equities, joining Charles Brand, her former boss at Morley Fund Management.
Both Coffey and Brand left Morley last June when its parent company, insurer CGU, merged with Norwich Union.
Brand was head of international equities and Coffey was director of European equities.
Brand said: 'I have no plans to hire anyone else from Morley. We have completed the senior staff positions. Any other appointments will be more junior.'
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