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Wall Street moves through July 20

S&P Global MarketIntelligence presents a weekly rundown of selected executive management changesamong the major Wall Street investment banks and other notable moves. Thechanges are listed by announcement date in reverse chronological order.

July 19

DerrykMadsen joinedAdvisors Asset ManagementInc. as senior vice president and director of strategicpartnerships.

AlexanderTracy joinedPerella Weinberg PartnersLP as a managing director in its advisory business.He will be a member of the company's restructuring practice. Tracy was mostrecently a managing director at Miller Buckfire & Co. LLC.

July 18

Matthew Lusardi, SusanMarron, Jake Olivieri and Jamie Showers to its fixed-income team.

JasonGottlieb, a partner in GoldmanSachs Group Inc.'s asset management division, will in August, Reuters reported.Gottlieb served as a portfolio manager of the Goldman Sachs Multi-ManagerAlternatives Fund. Portfolio managers Kent Clark, Ryan Roderick and BetsyGorton will continue to oversee the fund.

JonMcCarter joinedHoulihan Lokey a managing director and national energy leader for transaction advisoryservices.

added John Calcagniniand Keith Sipes as managing directors on its investment banking team.They join from Sterne Agee CRT.

MizuhoAmericas appointedThomas Hartnett senior managing director and head of fixed-income sales andtrading. Hartnett has spentmost of his career at Deutsche Bank in senior fixed-income leadershippositions, including head of North America interest rates.

Andre Suaid as a managing directorfocusing on U.S.- and Latin American-based institutional clients.Suaid worked previously for Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. as head of Latin Americaglobal prime finance and head of international equity trading.

July 14

AdvisersCharles Kolias and Joseph Tabaka Jr. joined the independent channel of , OnWallStreet reported.The team joins from Wells Fargo& Co. Constance Sylvester, senior registered assistant, is alsomoving to Raymond James along with the advisers.

JanneyMontgomery Scott hired financial advisers Ann Marie Brancato, ChristopherGoles and Kenneth Sarpu.

TedMorgan will lead AbelNoser as CEO under the buyout agreement between founders Stanley Abel andEugene Noser Jr. and the second-generation management team of the company.Peter Weiler will serve as president of Abel Noser Solutions. Anthony Conroywill be president of Abel Noser LLC. Randy New will be chief technology officer.

Pope Fabrizio, Scott Bauerand Michael Ferrara to its institutional equities division.