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Job Bank – Oct. 9

By Reuters Staff
October 9, 2008

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

UBS INVESTMENT BANK
The Swiss investment bank said Janine McGrath Shelffo will join its Investment Banking Department (IBD) as a Managing Director in its Technology, Media and Telecommunications Banking group. Prior to this assignment, Shelffo was a managing director and senior coverage banker for the media sector at Lehman Brothers, where she worked since 2004.

PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS LLP
The New York based assurance, tax and advisory services firm said John McCaffrey has been appointed leader of the U.S. Transaction Services group, and Timothy Hartnett as U.S. Private Equity Leader. McCaffrey previously headed the firm’s U.S. Private Equity group and replaces Michael Burwell, who is now the U.S. firm’s chief financial officer.

RBC CAPITAL MARKETS
The Canadian bank’s investment banking arm named Peter Walraven as managing director of the firm’s U.S. Debt Capital Markets efforts for Infrastructure and Project Finance. He will be based in New York. Prior to this appointment, Walraven worked at JP Morgan, most recently as a managing director and a member of that firm’s global private placements group.

MERRILL LYNCH BANK (SUISSE)
The investment bank has appointed Mark Kahnau as the new office manager of its Global Wealth Management Zurich branch.

STANDARD LIFE INVESTMENTS
Standard Life Investments, the global fund manager appointed Will Pawson, investment director – Southern Europe. Pawson joins from Morley Fund Management, now part of Aviva Investors, and will be based in Edinburgh.

STANDARD CHARTERED BANK
The Asia-focused British bank named Christian Wait as global head of capital markets. Wait, who will be based in Singapore, joins from Lehman Brothers.

J O HAMBRO CAPITAL MANAGEMENT
The boutique investment firm appointed Gavin Rochussen as chief executive officer. Rochussen left Fleming Family & Partners in August this year after 5 years as CEO.

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