Oct 15 The following financial services industry
appointments were announced on Monday. To inform us of other job
changes, email to email@example.com.
DYNASTY FINANCIAL PARTNERS
The wealth management company said Travis Tucker, Don Brusca
and Stacy Bazylinski joined Risk Paradigm Group LLC, one of its
independent advisory practices in the Boston area. All of them
have worked at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management.
BANK OF AMERICA MERRILL LYNCH
The bank named Wadih Boueiz and Hakim Karoui as co-heads for
its corporate and investment banking business in the Middle East
and North Africa. It appointed Aukse Jurkute and Roman Zilber as
co-heads of corporate & investment banking for Russia and the
Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) on Friday.
The company named Ron Trichon as head of equities generalist
sales for the Americas. Trichon will be based in New York.
Trichon previously worked at Goldman Sachs.
Aviva Investors appointed Benjamin Aiken as head of business
development, Asia Pacific Real Estate. Aiken previously worked
at Macquarie Capital.
SOCIETE GENERALE SA
The bank named Pascal Lambert as chief country officer for
Singapore and head of Societe Generale Corporate & Investment
Banking for the South East Asia region, effective Oct. 9.
Lambert was previously regional chief operating officer for
Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking in Asia Pacific.
ROWAN DARTINGTON & Co Ltd
The firm named David Smith as head of its new branch in
Cheltenham. Smith previously worked at Coutts & Co.
Allianz Global Investors named Andy Wiggins as head of
institutional business in the UK. Wiggins previously worked at
AXA PRIVATE EQUITY
The private equity investment arm of the French insurer
added Benoit Verbrugghe as a member of its four-member executive
board. Verbrugghe heads the firm's New York office.
CLARION PARTNERS LLC
The U.S. real estate investment manager appointed Gwynne
Murphy as a director. Murphy would be responsible for key
investor relationships at the company. She previously worked as
a director at Aetos Capital.