Month: April 2003

BoI Governor Praises ACI’s Professionalism

ACI Ireland began the year with a high profile address from John Hurley, governor of the Central Bank of Ireland and recently appointed member of the European Central Bank (ECB) Governing Council. The governor addressed around 80 ACI members who were given a presentation on monetary policy and the framework of the Eurosystem, which included […]

Sekiguchi New EM Strategy Chief at Deutsche

David Sekiguchi joins Deutsche Bank as global head of emerging markets strategy. He reports to David Folkerts-Landau, the bank’s head of global markets research, and continues to be based in New York. He succeeds Jose Luis Daza, who is leaving the firm to join a new specialised investment bank, Integrated Finance. “David has worked closely […]

Scanlon Joins RBS

Tim Scanlon is said to have joined the Royal Bank of Scotland in London from Standard Chartered to cover UK institutional sales. No further details were available by press time.

Four to Bank One

Bank One confirms that Jim Thomson joined its London operation from AIG London where he has spent the last 10 years, six as chief dealer. As a spot yen trader, he will report to Stewart Morton, managing director and head of FX and interest rate derivatives trading in London. In other hires, Dan Munro, George […]

Amrolia Exits Goldman Sachs

Zar Amrolia, who was global head of FX sales at Goldman Sachs in London, has left the bank “by mutual consent”, Goldman confirms. Amrolia joined the bank in November 2000 from Deutsche Bank in London. Sources close to the bank suggest that a difference of opinion over a new role for Amrolia led to the […]

MacMillan and Price Join BNP

BNP Paribas appoints Alistair MacMillan and Alex Price to its foreign exchange desk in London. MacMillan joins the UK sales desk and will report to Richard Knight, UK head of institutional FX sales. From 1997 he worked at Credit Agricole Indosuez in the institutional sales division, prior to which he worked for National Australia Bank […]

Gruver to Build Mellon Investments

James Gruver becomes head of Mellon Global Investments Australia and the Mellon subsidiary is opening an office in Sydney. Gruver reports to Jon Little, chief executive officer of Mellon Global Investments, and Malcolm Park, chief executive officer of Mellon Australia. He will sit on the newly formed Mellon Asia Pacific Executive Committee, created to develop […]

Sinsheimer Joins RBS

The Royal Bank of Scotland Financial Markets (RBS) brings in Al Sinsheimer as head of UK and European credit distribution. He is responsible for UK and European credit distribution and will report jointly to John McCormick, global head of sales and marketing, and Symon Drake-Brockman, global head of capital markets. Sinsheimer joins from Goldman Sachs […]

UBS Lures JP Morgan CDO Co-Heads

Jeff Herlyn and Mike Rosenburg have joined UBS Warburg as co-heads of the global Collateralised Debt Obligation (CDO) group. They are a managing director and an executive director respectively, and report to Sal Naro and Michael Connor, co-heads of the Global Credit Derivatives business. They join from JP Morgan, where they were co-heads of CDO […]

SG Reorganises

SG is reorganising its London-based Western European (excluding France) FX and FX derivatives sales team in a move intended to grow its FX business. The moves create two specialised sales teams for corporate and institutional clients. The corporate sales team focuses on large and mid-cap corporate UK, Italian, German and Spanish clients. The 12-strong team […]