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Job Bank – Oct. 13

October 14, 2008

The following are job changes within the financial industry for Oct. 10, linked where possible to personal and company profiles on LinkedIn. To inform us of other job changes, please e-mail moves@thomsonreuters.com.

LLOYDS TSB CORPORATE MARKETS

The bank appointed Grant Harrison as a director in its equity capital markets (ECM) and M&A advisory business.

Harrison joins the team having spent seven years with Panmure Gordon as an executive director in corporate finance division.

CREDIT SUISSE <CSGN.VX>

The Swiss investment bank said it appointed Steven Kwok and Sokho Jung as managing directors at Credit Suisse Private Equity Asia.

Kwok joins from Bear Stearns Private Equity, where he was a senior managing director and head of the eagle china retail and consumer fund. Jung joins from Standard Chartered Private Equity, where he was head of Korea from 2002.

BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON <BK.N>

The financial services company named Lee B. Stephens as chief administrative officer for the Asia Pacific region. Stephens was previously a member of the Global Client Management team as executive vice president and head of public sector banking.

MAX NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE

The joint venture between Max India Ltd and New York Life International named Rajesh Sud as chief executive officer and managing director effective November 1. Sud was earlier deputy managing director.

Rajit Mehta has been appointed as chief operating officer of the joint venture. Mehta was previously deputy chief operating officer.

Gary Bennett has been named executive vice president and Greater China chief executive officer of New York Life International, LLC, effective immediately. He was chief executive officer and managing director of the company since July 2005.

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