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Job Bank – Oct. 20

October 20, 2008

The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Oct. 20, linked where possible to personal profiles on LinkedIn. To inform us of other job changes, please send an e-mail to moves@thomsonreuters.com.

BANKUNITED FINANCIAL CORP

BankUnited Financial, the parent of BankUnited FSB, said Chairman and Chief Executive Alfred Camner will retire as an officer and director of the parent company and the bank on Monday. Ramiro Ortiz, current president and chief operating officer, has been named president and CEO.

BOSTON OPTIONS EXCHANGE

The Boston Options Exchange is expanding its operations to include a Washington, D.C. office to work closely with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as it works towards becoming a national securities exchange. Wayne Pestone will serve as chief legal officer. He previously worked at Bingham McCutchen LLP, providing counsel to exchanges on market regulation, surveillance and compliance for both equity and options trading.

PENSION CORP

The provider and underwriter of pension solutions named Philip Moore as group finance partner, effective immediately. Before joining Pension Corp, Moore was chief finance officer of HM Revenue and Customs.

SILVER LAKE

The technology-focused private equity firm said Hidetaka Fukuda has joined the company as a special advisor. Prior to joining Silver Lake, Fukuda launched e-conservo, a consulting firm.

CAZENOVE CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LTD

The asset management firm promoted Richard Jeffrey to chief investment officer. He will replace Anne West, who will step down from the position in January 2009. Jeffrey joined Cazenove earlier this year to work alongside West as chief economist and strategist.

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