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.
Ari Berger left Barclays PLC and is set to move in October to Evercore Inc. as a senior managing director to lead the global consumer retail group.
Berger was a managing director at Barclays' global consumer retail group.
Cowen Inc. named David Bohn as a managing director for equity capital markets and Tim Meyer as a managing director for private capital solutions.
Bohn was most recently SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Inc.'s head of healthcare origination. Meyer was previously with Marathon Capital LLC, where he raised more than $1 billion for renewable and energy technology companies, according to a release.
D.A. Davidson & Co. hired nine professionals to work in its various divisions, such as in equity capital markets, investment banking, institutional equity research, sales and trading and wealth management.
Simmons Energy | A Division of Piper Jaffray named Spencer Rippstein, Andrew Schroeder and Sanjiv Shah as co-heads for energy investment banking, effective immediately.
Rippstein was most recently the head of the midstream/downstream oil and gas sector, while Schroeder and Shah were managing directors for the energy services and equipment sector.
Morgan Stanley named Jim Forbes as a vice chairman for its investment bank, where he is expected to work with healthcare services and private equity clients, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing sources.
Forbes was previously a healthcare investment banker for UBS Group AG, according to the report.
Kalan MacGinley left Piper Jaffray Cos. and is expected to join Bank of America Corp., three sources told S&P Global Market Intelligence.
MacGinley, who joined the company in 2016, was a managing director and covered financial services clients in the western U.S. and select international markets.