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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.

Dec. 12

Director and client adviser James Sheehan joined Raymond James Financial Inc. division Alex. Brown from UBS Group AG. Joining Sheehan at Alex. Brown is sales associate James Cestone.

Washingtonville, N.Y.-based Ferrigno Financial has affiliated with FSC Securities Corp. Ferrigno Financial is run by financial advisers and brothers Patrick Ferrigno and Paul Ferrigno and brother-in-law Gregory Mirecki.

Capital Institutional Services Inc. COO Jim Morrow will retire, effective Jan. 15, 2018.

Dec. 11

Raymond James Financial hired Kenneth Dow, financial adviser and senior vice president of investments, for Raymond James & Associates Inc.'s Oakbrook, Ill., office. Dow most recently worked with Morgan Stanley.

Dec. 8

Lazard Ltd appointed Charles-Henri Filippi a managing director in financial advisory, effective in March 2018. Filippi most recently worked with Citigroup France.

Dec. 7

Raymond James Financial unit Raymond James Financial Services Inc. hired financial advisers Lee McCauley and Evan McCauley for its Akron, Ohio, office. The father-and-son duo earlier worked with Merrill Lynch. Additionally, Raymond James & Associates hired financial advisers Arthur Springer, Charles Seller, Michael Salvatore and Christopher Nolan for its Long Island and Westchester markets in New York. Springer joined from Merrill Lynch, while Seller, Salvatore and Nolan joined from Morgan Stanley.

Morgan Stanley dismissed former congressman Harold Ford Jr. as a senior adviser after investigating an allegation of inappropriate conduct, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Stephens Inc. hired Steve Dearing as managing director of equity capital markets within its investment banking division. Dearing previously worked at Imperial Capital LLC.