UPDATE 3-MOVES-Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, Insynergy

(Adds Deutsche Bank, Aksia)

Feb 4 (BestGrowthStock) – The following financial services industry
appointments were announced on Thursday. To inform us of other
job changes, send an email to [email protected]

DEUTSCHE BANK (DBKGn.DE: )

The German bank’s Deutsche Bank Alex. Brown unit, named
Gary Burgess as a managing director and the regional executive
for the firm’s Chicago office. Burgess previously worked at
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney.

AKSIA

The hedge fund research and advisory firm hired Bruce Ruehl
and Jaeson Dubrovay as partners in its Americas Advisory
Services team. Ruehl had been chairman and chief investment
officer of Gleacher Fund Advisors while Dubrovay was senior
hedge fund strategist at investment consulting firm NEPC.

MORGAN STANLEY (MS.N: )

The investment bank hired Anthony Lauto, who spent more
than 30 years with chief rival Goldman Sachs (GS.N: ), to help
lead the firm’s equity-trading business, according to an
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INSYNERGY

The asset manager said it hired Steve Croucher as chief
operating officer. Croucher was previously COO at Skandia
Investment Group.

NOMURA

The investment bank hired Ronan Clarke as head of High
Yield Credit Research for Europe, the Middle East and Africa,
and Karine Elias as senior high yield analyst.

HSBC GLOBAL ASSET MANAGEMENT

The asset manager appointed Julie Koo as head of
institutional sales, Asia-Pacific, effective Feb. 18.

GLEACHER SHACKLOCK LLP

The independent corporate advisory firm appointed Peter
Warner as chief operating officer with immediate effect.

MERCER

The consulting firm named Steve Smith as UK head of human
resources, based in London.

SOCIETE GENERALE CORPORATE & INVESTMENT BANKING

The bank appointed Rogier Krens as managing director
covering financial institutions in the Netherlands for the
global client relationship management team, within its coverage
& investment banking division.

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(Compiled by Krishna N. Das in Bangalore, Dan Wilchins in
New York and Svea Herbst in Boston; Editing by Richard Chang)

UPDATE 3-MOVES-Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, Insynergy