A round-up of the latest positions for those in finance, covering investment markets worldwide
The London Stock Exchange (LSE) has recruited Philip Mastriforte as its head of issuer services. He joins after 15 years as a corporate financier at Deutsche Bank and Bear Stearns. Mastriforte's predecessor, Tim Ward, is to become head of the LSE's marketing department.
Following the recent appointments of James McBurney and John Brewer, US Commercial Bank of America (BoA) has recruited a further four analysts, two traders and three sales staff into its European Equities business.
Sales staff John Mills and Haig Bathgate have been recruited from Lehman to cover UK portfolio managers, along with John Welsh, who joins from Goldman Sachs.
Biotech specialists Karl Keegan and Michael Booth have been recruited from UBS Warburg as analysts, along with Neil Steer, an information technology expert, previously with SchroderSalomonSmithBarney. The fourth analyst, Ed Venables, joins from HSBC.
Marcus Waddilove and Andrew Seccombe have been recruited as traders, from Lehman and HSBC respectively.
Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein (DKW) has hired Nigel Myers as a credit analyst.
Myers, who joins the group from JP Morgan, will report to new head of investment grade research, Arndt Muthreich who has been acting as head since predecessor Gerry Rawcliffe went on sabbatical.
Muthreich came to Dresdner in 1999 and was promoted to deputy in 2001. He reports to Guido Barthels, deputy head of research in the capital markets unit.
DKW has also recruited Richard Sullivan to strengthen its securitisation team in London. Sullivan was a former deputy head at SG.
Handelsbanken Securities, the Investment banking arm of Swedish Bank, has hired Angus McNeilage as head of European Equities, based in London, to expand its equities business outside the Nordic region,
McNeilage will join in August from HSBC after 18 years with the bank. He replaces Sue Roberts, who departed in December to join ABG securities, a rival investment bank. He will report to Michael Matzen.
Handelsbanken has also expanded its New York equities team with the recruitment of three staff. Stafan Ostlin becomes the new head of sales, Ryan McEntree is co-head of sales trading and Tobias Benzon is senior salesman. All are joining from Enskilda Securities .
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