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Wall Street moves through May 4

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.

May 4

Christopher Genovese directorof registered investment adviser services.

Bill Murphy and Tom Dillon as managingdirectors in its emerging markets sales and trading group.

May 3

LanceBraunstein left to joinAperture Group LLC as chief information officer.

Braunsteinwas managing director and global head of investment banking technology at GoldmanSachs.

RichardCampbell-Breeden, Goldman Sachs' chairman for M&A in Asia-Pacific excludingJapan, moved to London to assumenew responsibilities, Bloomberg News reported.

Campbell-Breedenleft Hong Kong to focus on senior client coverage in Europe, the Middle East andAfrica.

Matthew Thornton and BobbyFarina partners.

Prasanth Rao-Kathi a managing directoron its investment banking team.

Rao-Kathiwill head the company's convertible capital markets franchise. Previously, Rao-Kathiserved as head of Americas equity-linked origination at Bank of America Corp.'s Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

Mark Schlafly executivevice president.

Schlaflywill be primarily responsible for financial adviser acquisition strategy, leadershipdevelopment, sales growth and sales support.

May 2

Jacques Brand as a dealmaker, Reutersreported.

Brandis leaving his role at Deutsche BankAG as CEO of North America.

joined the health care team of Centerview Partners LLC as a partner.

Smithpreviously worked as global head of health care investment banking at , BloombergBusiness reported. Michael Muntner will also be leaving Credit Suisse's health careteam to join Centerview Partners.

Michael Palm a senior managingdirector in its investment banking business.

Palmwill cover the industrials sector. He most recently served at Barclays Plc as managing director and global head of thepaper, forest products and packaging group.

April 29

DalincAriburnu, Goldman Sachs' co-head of global fixed income, currency and commoditiessales, is retiring, Reutersreported.

ReplacingAriburnu is Jim Esposito, who will continue in his current role as chief strategy officer for the securitiesdivision, according to the report. Tom Cornacchia, co-head of global fixed incomesales, will continue in his role.

MichaelArmstrong, Jefferies LLC'sglobal head of wealthmanagement, is set to joinRoyal Bank of Canada ashead of its U.S. wealth management business, Bloomberg News reported.

Armstrongwill replace John Taft, CEO of RBC Wealth Management U.S., who intends to retire.

analystJennifer Lynch left thecompany for a job in the health care industry.

BMO CapitalMarkets is owned by the Bank of Montreal.

April 28

RohitKulkarni, a senior analyst formerly with RBCCapital Markets LLC, joinedSharesPost Inc. as managingdirector of research.