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.
Virginia-based advisers Kyle Arcand and Charlene Gregory joined LPL Financial Holdings Inc. unit LPL Financial LLC's broker/dealer platform and aligned with Independent Advisor Alliance, an independent advisory firm on LPL's hybrid registered investment adviser platform.
Raymond James & Associates Inc. hired advisers John Solomon, Phil Greer, Bill Dukelow and Hamilton Neal from Wells Fargo Advisors, InvestmentNews reported.
Wells Fargo Advisors is a trade name used by two separate registered broker-dealers and nonbank affiliates of Wells Fargo & Co. — Wells Fargo Advisors LLC and Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network LLC.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. appointed David Solomon and Harvey Schwartz presidents and co-COOs to succeed Gary Cohn, who served as president and COO but is leaving the investment bank to direct the National Economic Council in the Trump administration. Goldman Sachs also named R. Martin Chavez deputy CFO, and Richard Gnodde and Pablo Salame vice chairmen.
Stephens Inc. named Nik Fisken executive vice president and head of institutional equities. Fisken will retain his role as director of research. The company also promoted Louis Wilson to producing sales manager and Anthony Pignio to producing head of equity trading. In addition, Stephens hired David Hagen as managing director and head of New York and mid-Atlantic sales from William Blair & Co. LLC.
KeyBanc Capital Markets hired Alex Jacobs as a managing director and head of the food and beverage group from BMO Capital Markets.
Lazard Ltd unit Lazard Middle Market LLC hired Navtej Bhullar as a managing director in its healthcare group. Bhullar joined from Goldman Sachs & Co.
Macquarie Group Ltd. named John Leonard head of equities for Delaware Investments, its global asset management business, effective March 3, 2017. Leonard will join from UBS Asset Management.
Perella Weinberg Partners LP will open a new office in Los Angeles to be led by Christopher Mead, who joined as a partner in its advisory business. Mead previously worked at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.