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HSBC names M&A head for Germany, Austria; Clarus Capital hires ex-UBS veteran

S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a daily roundup of management and board changes at financial institutions in Europe. This feature excludes C-level leadership changes and previously reported stories.

HSBC

HSBC Holdings PLC appointed Heiko Mittelhamm head of M&A in Germany and Austria, replacing co-heads Jan Masek and Ralf Neuhaus, Reuters reported.

Mittelhamm, who will formally join HSBC in April, currently oversees deals in the two countries for Barclays PLC, the report noted.

Masek is departing from HSBC, while Neuhaus will become the lender's vice chairman of M&A in Germany and Austria starting April.

Clarus Capital

Zurich-based asset management firm Clarus Capital appointed Markus Mettier head of fixed income, finews.com reported.

Mettier joins from UBS Group AG, where he spent roughly 30 years and oversaw the emerging market bond offering, according to the report.

ING-DiBa

Daniel Llano Manibardo, most recently head of retail banking at ING-DiBa AG, has been appointed a member of the bank's executive board, responsible for retail banking, digital sales channels and small and medium-sized enterprise clients.

KBL European Private Bankers

Luxembourg-based KBL European Private Bankers SA appointed Raiffeisen Bank International AG veteran Paulo Bruegger head of treasury and asset and liability management, effective Jan. 6, finews.com reported, citing two sources familiar with the matter.

Bruegger resigned from RBI in February 2019, according to the report.

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