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.
Russia-based Renaissance Capital appointed Grigory Sedov as managing director and global head of private clients.
Sedov will be based in Moscow and will focus on developing and expanding the group's services for high- and ultrahigh-net-worth individuals. He will report to Co-CEO Ruslan Babaev.
Most recently, Sedov was a partner and deputy CEO for private clients at Aton LLC
Close Brothers Group
British merchant banking group Close Brothers Group PLC named Sally Williams an independent nonexecutive director, effective Jan. 1, 2020.
Williams will also serve as a member of the board's audit and risk committees and as a director of the group's banking unit, Close Brothers Ltd.
Williams also serves as a director on the board of Lancashire Holdings Ltd.
UniCredit Bank Austria
UniCredit Bank Austria AG, part of Italian group UniCredit SpA, named Hartwig Killmeyer its new head of multinational corporates division.
Killmeyer, who has been with the Unicredit group since 2000, will take on the new role from Jan. 1, 2020.
He succeeds Fabio Fornaroli, who has been appointed to head UniCredit group's central and eastern European corporate and investment banking and private banking divisions.
As a consequence, Nikolaus Manich will takeover Killmeyer's vacated role as a senior banker at Unicredit Bank Austria from Jan. 1, 2020.
Germany's Landesbank Baden-Württemberg appointed Andreas Götz as its new head of retail client and savings banks business from July 1, 2020.
Götz, who is currently CEO of regional savings bank Kreissparkasse Ostalb, will succeed Michael Horn at LBBW. Horn is retiring.
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