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Job Bank – Sep. 22

September 22, 2008

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The following are job changes within the financial industry for September 22, linked where possible to profiles on LinkedIn.

NOMURA HOLDINGS
The Japanese investment bank said James Lamb, Steven Ware, Kai Herbert, Sami Amara and Lofti Bensassi have joined its global foreign exchange sales and trading team in London. Herbert was previously from Bank of America, while the other four had worked at Bear Stearns.

GFI GROUP INC
The inter-dealer broker added five new hires in emerging markets credit default swaps in New York. All five join GFI from BGC Partners.

DAVIS POLK & WARDWELL
The law firm named former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commissioner Annette Nazareth a partner in its Washington, D.C. office. She will practice in the firm’s Financial Institutions Group.

RAINIER INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT INC
The investment firm hired Michael Emery as senior equity portfolio manager and analyst. He previously was vice president and small-cap portfolio manager with Provident Investment Counsel.

BROADPOINT CAPITAL INC
The broker-dealer subsidiary of Broadpoint Securities Group Inc named Clay Stephens as Managing Director and Roger Weilep as Vice President of Investment Grade Sales Department of Broadpoint’s Debt Capital Markets Division.
Stephens was previously with Bear Stearns and Weilep was with Deutsche Bank Securities.

COLLINS STEWART PLC
The independent investment banking group said Jamie Maddock has joined the company’s Oil & Gas equity research team. He was previously with Brewin Dolphin Investment Banking.

ARTEMIS
The investment management house appointed Dominic Herbert to its specialist fund management group as part of the institutional team. Previously he was CEO of Morgan Stanley Investment Management’s asset management joint venture with National Bank of Kuwait.

(Compiled by Amiteshwar Singh in Bangalore)

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