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Jan 15 (Reuters) - The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Tuesday. To inform us of other job changes, email to email@example.com.
FRANKLIN SQUARE CAPITAL PARTNERS
The sponsor of alternative investment products named three hires to its distribution team.
The U.S.-based firm named Bill Wolfe as senior vice president of sales for the eastern division while Michael Vessels was appointed in the same capacity for the western division. Tom Winnick was hired as senior vice president of institutional sales.
The asset manager named Christian Pellis as head of external distribution. Prior to joining Amundi, Pellis was head of distribution at LGT Capital Management.
WELLS FARGO & CO
The bank named Joe Saffire as head of global banking for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Saffire had spent 20 years with HSBC Plc, where he was most recently chief operating officer and head of international banking in Germany.
The U.S. bank said it has appointed Linos Lekkas as head of investment banking in central Europe, Middle East and Africa region as part of a regional restructuring.
BNY MELLON CORP
The wealth management unit of the bank appointed David Duffy as sales director for the mortgage banking group.
THE ABU DHABI INVESTMENT AUTHORITY
The sovereign wealth fund appointed Gregory Eckersley as global head of internal equities. He will be based in Abu Dhabi.
CARLYLE GROUP LP
The private equity firm promoted 29 personnel to senior positions.
The asset management firm named Soraya Chabarek as head of European sales. Most recently, Chabarek worked at Moore Capital Management Europe Ltd, where she was head of marketing for emerging macro strategies.
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