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Wall Street moves: Stifel hires managing director; BTIG adds a pair of directors

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Wall Street moves: Stifel hires managing director; BTIG adds a pair of directors

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.

Dec. 17

Wedbush Securities Inc. appointed Marc Lewis, Matthew Doull, Kamal Bajoria and Anthony LeCour as managing directors of its investment banking team.

Lewis and Doull will cover internet, media and technology; Bajoria will cover financial institutions; and LeCour will head retail, consumer, and food and beverage companies.


BTIG LLC hired Geoff Snell and Johnny Walker as directors of its fixed income credit division in London.

Snell will focus on convertible bonds, and Walker will focus on high-yield solutions for institutional investor clients.

Dec. 16

Keryn Limmer was named managing director in BTIG's outsource trading division.

Dec. 12

Stifel Financial Corp. added David Kelman as a managing director to its consumer and retail group to oversee U.S. cannabis investment banking.