S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a weekly rundown of selected executive management changes among the major Wall Street investment banks and other notable moves. The changes are listed by announcement date in reverse chronological order.
Morgan Stanley appointed Julian Peck as co-head of its investment banking team in Australia, The Australian Financial Review's Street Talk blog reported Oct. 18, citing an internal announcement at the company.
Managing Directors William Keaton and Alfred Sams III joined Raymond James & Associates Inc.'s offices in Savannah, Sea Island and Macon, Ga.
Starwood Capital Group appointed Trisha Miller CEO of the company's broker/dealer affiliate Starwood Capital LLC.
Cowen Inc. hired Miguel Roman for its investment banking team as managing director and head of leveraged capital markets and syndicate.
LPL Financial LLC appointed John Lynch executive vice president and chief investment strategist.
Cohen & Co. Inc. appointed John Butler managing director to work with insurance-related investments and asset management.
Signal Hill Capital Group LLC appointed Prashant Jain as a director in its office in Bangalore, India.
William Blair & Co. LLC tapped Stephanie Braming as global head of William Blair Investment Management LLC.
U.S. Bancorp unit U.S. Bank NA hired Stephen Philipson as head of fixed income and capital markets.
Banks including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. are looking to hire more staff in Saudi Arabia to benefit from the country's privatization drive, the Financial Times reported. The investment bank could double its headcount in the coming 12 months.
Paul Huchro was named head of high-yield credit trading in the U.S. and Europe at Deutsche Bank AG.
Cowen added Drew Forman and Evan Karp to its derivatives sales and trading team.
Bob Ramsey, who was a senior vice president and senior analyst in FBR Capital Markets' equity research department, joined Customers Bancorp Inc. as senior vice president and director of investor relations and strategic planning.
State Street Corp. appointed Beverley Doherty global head of FX Connect and James Reilly global head of Currenex, two of its trading platforms. The company also promoted Stephen Dispenza to global head of sales for Currenex from North American head of sales of the platform.