Inside views on the jobs market
Job Bank – Oct 14-15
The following are job changes within the financial industry for Oct. 14 – 15, linked where possible to personal profiles on LinkedIn. To inform us of other job changes, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The U.S. investment management firm hired Christopher Getter as senior vice president and emerging markets product manager, based in Newport Beach, California. Getter leaves Fidelity, where he was an emerging market debt research analyst.
The Canadian investment dealer appointed John Rothwell executive vice president and head of private client services, beginning Oct. 30. Rothwell was most recently president of Wellington West Capital.
The U.S. community bank appointed H. David Tamimie as senior vice president of commercial and industrial/commercial banking. He was previously senior vice president in Wachovia’s commercial banking division.
The Boston-based global money management firm appointed Keith Thomas to senior vice president, head of European consultant relations. Based in London, Thomas is responsible for directing Putnam’s relationships with investment consultants in the United Kingdom and continental Europe.
BROADPOINT SECURITIES GROUP
The investment bank elected Victor Mandel to the company’s board of directors. Mandel is the founder and managing member of Criterion Capital Management, an investment company.
The corporate and investment banking arm of Credit Agricole appointed Duke Choi as head of fixed income markets for Korea. Choi will be based in Korea and joins from Mizuho Corporate Bank in Korea, where he was country head of treasury.
1ST REVERSE FINANCIAL SERVICES
The subsidiary of Wilmington Savings Fund Society FSB (WSFS Bank) appointed Robert Wallace as eastern region director of retail reverse mortgage Lending.
The merchant banking and asset management business appointed Florian Lennert as managing director of First London Intellectual Property. Prior to his role with First London, Florian was director of corporate relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
The provider of financial information appointed Manvinder Singh (Vindi) Banga to its board of directors, effective Jan. 1, 2009. Banga is president of Unilever’s foods, home and personal-care business in London.
HARTFORD FINANCIAL SERVICES
The insurer and financial services firm named Robert Paiano senior vice president and enterprise chief risk officer, reporting the chief financial officer. Paiano was chief risk officer of the property casualty operations.
The investment management company hired Michael Mondo as senior director of its institutional sales and service team, based in Boston. Mondo was previously with JPMorgan Asset Management and Evergreen Investments, and State Street Global Advisors.
The private equity firm appointed Hiroaki Yoshihara as senior adviser. Yoshihara was most recently international vice chairman and global managing partner at KPMG when he retired in 2007.
BANK OF NEVADA
The subsidiary of Western Alliance Bancorp named Joyce Smith as senior vice president, branch deposit manager of its Rainbow Regional Office. Smith was previously executive vice president, chief retail officer of Community Bank of Nevada.
LEGAL & GENERAL GROUP
The British-based insurer appointed Claire Evans to the new position of marketing director for retail investments. Evans recently joined the firm from Prudential, where she was head of marketing for retirement savings.
HSBC Securities appointed Kenichi Tatsuzawa as head of global markets HSBC Securities (Japan) Ltd. Tatsuzawa was previously head of fixed income sales.
STATE STREET GLOBAL ADVISORS (SSgA)
The investment management arm of State Street Corp named Richard Lacaille as global chief investment officer. Lacaille had held senior management positions at SSgA since joining the firm in 2000, including head of global active equities and European chief investment officer.