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Job bank – Oct. 8

October 8, 2008

The following are job changes within the financial industry for Oct. 7, linked where possible to personal profiles on LinkedIn.  To inform us of other job changes, please e-mail moves@thomsonreuters.com.

REED ELSEVIER PLC
The U.K.-based publisher has appointed Arnout van der Veer as Chief Risk Officer and he will be based in its London office. Van der Veer has headed that office’s corporate audit function for the past eight years.

HARGREAVES LANSDOWN PLC
U.K. investment manager Hargreaves Lansdown Plc, announced on Wednesday that Tracey Taylor, who joined the firm in 1999, will be appointed group finance director, replacing Martin Mulligan, who will be leaving at the end of 2008.

RESIDENTIAL FINANCE CORP
The mortgage lender named Obiora Egbuna as vice president of sales. Egbuna was senior vice president of sales and served as co-head of retail franchise for Delta Funding Corporation D/B/A Fidelity Mortgage.

DEUTSCHE BANK AG
The German investment bank appointed Munish Varma as head of global markets India, effective immediately. Varma joins from Deutsche Bank in London, where he was head of global principal finance Europe.

STANDARD CHARTERED BANK PLC
The Asia-focused British bank said it named Lennart Augustsson as developer, modeling and analytics group, financial markets. Lennart, who was formerly with Credit Suisse, will be based in London.

STATE STREET CORP
The world’s largest money manager for institutions appointed Gunjan Kedia to a newly created role as an executive vice president in its US Investment Servicing business. Kedia joins State Street from Bank of New York Mellon.

(Compiled by Phil Wahba in New York, and Mary Meyase in Bangalore; Editing by Andre Grenon)

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