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Wall Street moves through April 13

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Street Talk Episode 67 - Veteran investor tabs Mick Mulvaney to help with latest financial stock-focused fund

Street Talk Episode 65 - Deferral practices trap US bank portfolios in purgatory


Wall Street moves through April 13

S&P Global Market Intelligencepresents a weekly rundown of selected executive management changes among the majorWall Street investment banks and other notable moves. The changes are listed byannouncement date in reverse chronological order.

April 13

an energy industry research team madeup of equity research analysts Bob Christensen and John Ragozzino.


SaroJahani joined as managing director and head of global technology architecture, Reuters reported.

Priorto joining Investment Technology Group, Jahani was chief information officer oftrueEX Group LLC.


George Sousoulas senior vice presidentand branch manager of the Memphis, Tenn., office of Stephens Private Client Group.

Priorto joining Stephens, Sousoulas served as senior vice president and branch managerat Wells Fargo & Co.'sWells Fargo Advisors LLC.


April 12

Peter Siedem as a managing directorin its high-yield sales group.

Priorto joining Imperial Capital, Siedem was a managing director in distressed creditsales at JPMorgan Chase & Co.


Financialadviser Michael Sauerborn joinedSteward Partners Global Advisory LLC as managing director and founding partner fromMerrill Lynch.

Washington,D.C.-based Steward Partners Global Advisory is an employee-owned, full-service partnershipassociated with Raymond James FinancialInc. unit Raymond JamesFinancial Services Inc.


ChrisMeekins joined 's equity research groupand has initiated coverage on health care policy.


FormerGoldman Sachs Group Inc.managing director Michael Seigne joined KCGHoldings Inc., Bloomberg News reported.

Seigne will handle sales for exchange-traded funds, program tradingand electronic trading in equities at KCG Holdings in London.


hired as a managing director in itshealth care investment banking group.

He wasmost recently a managing director and head of medical devices M&A in 's health careinvestment banking group.


JamesTroy joined Stephens'investment banking division as a senior vice president focused on western U.S. depositoryinstitutions.

He joinedStephens from Jefferies LLC,where he led client coverage and transaction execution on behalf of western U.S.depositories.


senior investment banker Jason Blumbergand senior equity research analyst Brian Zabora to its investment banking and researchteams.

Blumbergjoins the firm as a managing director, while Zabora joins as a director.


April 11

to eliminate jobs in the Americas andEurope as the Japanese brokerage struggles to turn around its overseas operations,The Wall Street Journal reported.


Alexander Tracy a senior memberof its financial restructuring advisory team, Reuters reported.

Tracy,a managing director at Miller Buckfire& Co. LLC, joins the team of Bruce Mendelsohn, who was earlier to lead the company's restructuringpractice.


Motaz Alangari head of investmentbanking for Saudi Arabia, Reuters reported.

Alangarijoins from Samba Financial Group'sSamba Capital.


April 8

AnthonyTaranto joined Convergexas managing director and head of global taxes.

He mostrecently served as managing director and head of tax at Neuberger Berman.

In theU.S., Convergex offers products and services through ConvergEx Execution Solutions LLC, Westminster Research Associates LLC and Convergex SolutionsLLC.


April 7

AmericanCentury Investments namedAndy Provencher vice president and head of platform sales, a newly created position.

Provencherjoined American Century from BNY Mellon Investment Management, where he served ashead of U.S. retail distribution.


GregoryTraynor and Michael Leahy joinedthe institutional sales desk of OppenheimerHoldings Inc.'s Oppenheimer& Co. Inc.