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Wall Street moves: Stifel appoints COO, CFO; Goldman names co-head of trading

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.

Aug. 8

Stifel Financial Corp. named David Sliney COO and Jim Marischen CFO, effective Aug. 7. Sliney has served as senior vice president of strategic planning, technology and operations at the company since 2003. Marischen most recently was chief accounting officer and chief risk officer for the company. Marischen will succeed James Zemlyak in the new role.

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Former Ambassador Financial Group Inc. investment bankers Dave Danielson and John Putman have joined FIG Partners LLC as principals, the latter told S&P Global Market Intelligence.

Aug. 7

John Koene joined HJ Sims as managing director of the private client group for the investment bank's northeast complex.

Aug. 6

Robert W. Baird & Co. Inc. hired The Smith Group for its wealth management office in Charlotte, N.C., led by financial adviser H.B. Smith and assistant financial adviser Daniel Bryant. According to InvestmentNews, Smith joined Baird from Wells Fargo & Co.

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Goldman Sachs Group Inc. appointed Jim Esposito global co-head of its trading division, Reuters reported. Most recently, Esposito was co-COO of the company's fixed income, currency and commodities franchise.

Aug. 2

Greenhill & Co. Inc. CEO Scott Bok said the investment bank could recruit one or two more managing directors in 2018.