MOVES-JPMorgan, Homrich & Berg, Grant Thornton
NEW YORK Jan 5 (Reuters) - The following financial service industry appointments and moves were announced on Friday. To inform us of other job changes, please e-mail email@example.com.
JPMORGAN CHASE (JPM.N)
Scott Albinson is joining the bank as a Managing Director in the Financial Institutions and Governments (FIG) group, where he will be a coverage banker in the investment bank. Albinson, a 22-year veteran of the Office of Thrift Supervision at the U.S. Treasury, will work with thrift institutions, banks, specialty finance companies, insurance companies, diversified financial services firms and governments to provide clients with a broad range of innovative investment banking solutions. He will begin his new responsibilities in New York on Jan. 22.
HOMRICH & BERG
The financial planning firm named Mark Rogozinski, who joined it in August 2005 as chief operating officer, as a principal. Prior to joining Homrich & Berg, Rogozinski had served as chief operating officer of Lydian Wealth Management.
The auditor's recovery and reorganization practice named David Dunckley, a corporate recovery practitioner, and Gareth Neill, a personal insolvency expert, as partners. Dunckley has been a manager in the firm's recovery and organization department since January 2000, while Neill has worked at the firm since 1997.
STANDARD CHARTERED (STAN.L)
The U.K. bank has named James Ellington as group head of legal, effective immediately. Ellington, 38, is head of legal for mergers and acquisitions/corporate activity, a role he will keep for the time being.
The commercial and consumer finance company named Walter Owens, 46, to the newly created position of president of CIT Corporate Finance. Previously he had been executive vice president and chief sales and marketing officer of CIT.
The insurer named W. Mark Johnson, previously chief compliance officer at GE Employers Reassurance Corp. (GE.N), as senior vice president and chief compliance officer.