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Job Bank – Oct. 24

October 24, 2008

The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Oct. 24, linked where possible to personal profiles on LinkedIn. To inform us of other job changes, please e-mail moves@thomsonreuters.com.

CITIGROUP INC

Citigroup Inc has hired two former senior Lehman Brothers fixed income executives, according to internal memos obtained by Reuters. Andrew Morton, previously global head of fixed income at Lehman, has joined Citi as managing director and head of G10 rates, risk treasury, and fixed income finance. John Gallo, formerly global head of liquid market sales at Lehman, has joined Citi as managing director and head of North American sales across multiple asset classes.

CREDIT SUISSE GROUP
The bank named Ian Marsh chief executive of the UK Private Banking business. Marsh starts his new role from Nov. 1. Marsh is a managing director of Credit Suisse, based in London.

NOMURA HOLDINGS INC
The brokerage firm named two former Lehman bankers Rachid Bouzouba and Sigurbjorn Thorkelsson as heads of its equity business in Europe and Asia. Bouzouba will lead equity sales and trading operations for Europe, Middle East and Africa, while Thorkelsson will head Nomura’s equity operations for the Asia-Pacific, including Japan.

ASIAN CAPITAL RESOURCES (HOLDINGS) LTD
The investment holding company named Qiu Yue as an executive director with effect from Oct. 24, 2008. It also named Feng Ke as an independent non-executive director, member of the audit committee and member of the remuneration committee of the company with effect from Oct. 24, 2008.

BUILDMORE INTERNATIONAL LTD

The investment holding company named Song Xiaoling as an executive director with effect from Oct. 24, 2008. The company also named Cheng Wai Yee Connie as the company secretary, also effective from Oct. 24, 2008.

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