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Wall Street moves through March 30

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Wall Street moves through March 30

S&P Global MarketIntelligence presents a weekly rundown of selected executive management changesamong the major Wall Street investment banks and other notable moves. Thechanges are listed by announcement date in reverse chronological order.

March 30

NicolaWhite is leavingMorgan Stanley tojoin Citadel Securities LLC,Bloomberg News reported.

Whiteformerly was global head of electronic fixed income trading at Morgan Stanley.Reuters reported that White is joining Citadel Securities as COO of globalfixed income market making.


AndrewLarkin will return toInvestment Technology Group Inc.as managing director in charge of POSIT Alert client coverage.

Larkinworked most recently at Bloomberg as team leader for Tradebook product sales.


subsidiary Merriman Capital Inc.promoted AdrianaPiltz to president.


March 29

equity analyst Joel Jeffrey joinedthe investor relations team at Keefe Bruyette & Woods parent companyStifel Financial Corp.


added David McMahanfrom Capital Guardian WealthManagement LLC.

Heis joined by his team of advisers, including Chad Seigler, Kyle Sikes andPatrick Horneman.


ScottLynch joinedSeaport Global Securities LLCas managing director, head of institutional equity trading/sales-trading andco-head of institutional equity sales.

TimArthurs will assume an expanded role as co-head of institutional equity salesat Seaport. Magnus Fyhr joined Seaport's equity research team as managingdirector and senior shipping analyst. Additionally, Dean O'Connor returned tothe company as a managing director on the institutional equity sales andtrading desk.


March 24

plans totrim the ranks of itsestimated 2,500-employee workforce in the U.S. and Canada, Bloomberg Newsreported.