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Job Bank – Oct. 16

By Reuters Staff
October 16, 2008

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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 moves@thomsonreuters.com.

RODMAN & RENSHAW
The U.S. investment bank named Michael G. King, Jr. to the newly created role of head of healthcare. He was previously director of research at the firm. The firm also said Christopher James, formerly a senior associate analyst working for King, had rejoined the firm and will assume esearch coverage of many of King’s stocks.

SIGNAL HILL
The Baltimore-based specialty investment banking, research and institutional brokerage firm said it has expanded its technology practice by adding Neeraj Vohra, managing director, and Henry Sage, director, to its investment banking team. Both of them will be based in the firm’s Baltimore office.

ARBUTHNOT SECURITIES
The investment banking arm of Arbuthnot Banking Group, appointed Nicholas Tulloch as the new head of corporate finance. Tulloch, who will join in January 2009, joins Arbuthnot Securities from Altium, where he was managing director on the corporate finance team, specialising in the technology sector.

BANK OF INDIA
The state-run bank said B.A. Prabhakar has taken over as its executive director with effect from Wednesday. Prabhakar was general manager with Bank of Baroda and looked after its treasury operations prior to his current appointment.

BRAVEHEART INVESTMENT GROUP PLC
The technology-focused investment firm appointed Colin Grant as its chief financial officer effective Oct. 15. Grant joins from Digital Bridges Ltd, a provider of mobile entertainment software, where he was chief financial officer and company secretary.

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