S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a daily roundup of management and board changes at financial institutions in Europe. This feature excludes C-level leadership changes and previously reported stories.
London Stock Exchange Group
* London Stock Exchange Group PLC named Murray Roos group director capital markets and a member of its executive committee, effective April 1.
Roos, who was global co-head of equities and securities services at Citigroup Inc., will be responsible for LSE's global capital markets business across primary and secondary markets.
Roos will succeed Raffaele Jerusalmi and report to LSE CEO David Schwimmer.
Credit Suisse Group
* Credit Suisse Group AG appointed Jonathon Kaufman head of the Swiss lender's new global infrastructure, utility and renewables group, Bloomberg News reported, citing a memo to staff.
Kaufman will be based in New York and work with sector-focused bankers, according to the report.
Julius Bär Gruppe
* Julius Bär Gruppe AG appointed two regional heads — Emmanuel Debons and Ettore Bonsignore — for Switzerland, finews.com reported.
Debons, who has been with the Swiss private bank since 2014, will head the French-speaking part of Switzerland, while Bonsignore, who joined the lender in October 2019 as head of Italy, will be in charge of business in the Italian-speaking region of the country.
* Sveriges Riksbank's executive board appointed Dag Edvardsson new general counsel, effective March 1.
Edvardsson, who most recently served as the senior legal adviser at the Swedish Ministry of Finance, will succeed Eric Frieberg, who will be on a leave of absence from the central bank as of March 2.
JSC Alfa-Bank said its sales and distribution director Svetlana Cherkay joined the management board.
Cherkay will be responsible for sales and distribution, cross-selling, as well the development of private banking under the A-Club brand.
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