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Wall Street moves: Monroe appoints VP, Instinet adds TIMT executive director

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.

March 27

Raymond James Ltd., the Canadian arm of Raymond James Financial Inc., hired Russell Green as managing director, investment banking.

Instinet LLC appointed Mark Kelley as an executive director and an analyst in the U.S. technology, internet, media and telecommunication group, focused on Internet stocks.

Monroe Capital LLC appointed Ryan Flanders as vice president in its New York office.

Citigroup Inc. named Jan Metzger as its head of corporate and investment banking for Asia-Pacific, effective June 1, Reuters reported.

March 26

James Roddy was named global co-head of JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s diversified industries and head of the company's North America diversified industries group within the investment banking division.

March 23

Bill Van Law, president at Raymond James Financial's investment advisers division, is leaving the company, effective April 2.

March 22

Wells Fargo Securities appointed Ari Kavour and Mike Llodra co-heads of its mortgage finance group.

Moelis & Co. hired Joel Thompson as a managing director to provide financial and strategic advice to medical technology companies.

Providence, R.I.-based Citizens Bank NA, a subsidiary of Citizens Financial Group Inc., named Kevin Martin president of Citizens Securities Inc. and head of Citizens Investment Services.

Morgan Stanley intends to add 80 more staff in Paris after the U.K. leaves the EU, on top of the 200 jobs the U.S.-based firm will transfer to its Frankfurt hub, Reuters reported.