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  • ANZ appoints International CEO

    Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ) has announced the appointment of Andrew Géczy as chief executive officer of International and Institutional Banking. In his new role Géczy will be based in Melbourne, and will be directly responsible to … Read more »

  • Early departure for Barclays’ group finance director

    Barclays has announced that its group finance director, Chris Lucas, will step down from the board on 16th August. As previously announced, Mr Lucas expected to leave the bank in February of next year but his departure has been brought … Read more »

  • Shawbrook launches wholesale division

    Specialist lender, Shawbrook Bank, says it has appointed three of the UK’s leading experts in structured finance to set up a new wholesale lending division. Kieran McSweeney, Marc Sefton and Michael Katramados all join from Royal Bank of Scotland where … Read more »

  • UK top for highly paid bankers

    Britain has the highest number of bankers paid over €1,000,000 a year in the European Union. In 2011, there were 2,436 UK high earners compared with Germany 170; France 162; Spain 125; Italy 96 and the Netherlands 36. According to … Read more »

  • Credit Suisse appoints new CRO

    Credit Suisse Group has announced the appointment of Joachim Oechslin as the firm’s new chief risk officer. Oechslin, presently the chief risk officer of Munich Re, will succeed Tobias Guldimann and take up his new role on 1 January 2014. … Read more »

  • Bank of England announces Tucker’s departure

    The Bank of England has announced that Paul Tucker, deputy governor for Financial Stability, is to leave the organisation. Although the precise date is uncertain it is likely to be during the autumn of 2013, after Tucker offers his support … Read more »

  • Banking standards commission: jail for reckless bankers

    The Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards, which was set up last year in the wake of the LIBOR scandal, has published its final report today. The report sets out proposals for radical reform, via legislative and other actions, with key … Read more »

  • Co-operative makes pair of senior appointments

    The Co-operative Group has announced a pair of senior appointments, with Richard Pennycook named as group finance director and Richard Pym becoming chairman of The Co-operative Banking Group and The Co-operative Bank. Pennycook joins The Co-operative after almost eight years … Read more »

  • Scotiabank CEO announces retirement

    Scotiabank’s chief executive officer, Rick Waugh, has announced that he intends to retire from the role on 1 November 2013. Waugh has been with the bank for 43 years, including 10 as the firm’s chief executive officer. After his departure … Read more »

  • KeyCorp appoints new CFO

    KeyCorp has announced the appointment of Donald R. Kimble as chief financial officer, with effect from 3 June 2013. Kimble is a veteran of the financial sector, and brings more than a quarter of a century of experience to his … Read more »

  • Co-operative appoints new Bank CEO

    The Co-operative Group has announced the appointment of Niall Booker as the new chief executive of The Co-operative Bank and deputy chief executive of The Co-operative Group. Booker is a veteran of the financial services industry, and during more than … Read more »

  • Lloyds’ chairman to step down

    Lloyds Banking Group has announced that its chairman, Sir Winfried Bischoff, will be retiring no later than May 2014. The exact date will be subject to the appointment of his successor, the search for whom is being led by Anthony … Read more »

  • Barclays makes oil & gas appointment

    Barclays has reaffirmed its commitment to the oil and gas sector with the appointment of Colin Couchman as a relationship director within its oil & gas team. In his new role, Mr Couchman will be responsible for the management of … Read more »

  • Senior management changes at Barclays

    Following a strategic review, Barclays has announced a raft of senior management changes within its corporate, investment banking, wealth and investment management divisions, and its business in the Americas. The changes also mean the promotion of new talent to the … Read more »

  • New City jobs down 15%

    The number of new jobs created in the City fell 15% last month, according to financial services recruitment firm, Astbury Marsden. Around 2,190 posts were created in March, down from 2,575 February and 3,180 a year earlier. The firm’s chief … Read more »

  • New City jobs up 3%

    The City jobs market continued to grow in February, with a 3% increase in the number of new posts, according to Astbury Marsden. The financial services recruitment firm reckons that around 2,575 new jobs were created last month, up from … Read more »

  • Rathbones opens office in Lymington

    Rathbone Investment Management (Rathbones) has announced that it has opened a new regional office in Lymington. The new office brings to 14 the number of branches the firm operates from in the UK and Channel Islands. The new Lymington office … Read more »

  • Regions Financial names future chairman

    Regions Financial Corp. has announced that Grayson Hall, its president and CEO, has been elected to become the new chairman of the Board of Directors. Hall, who will assume his new position with effect from 16 May, will succeed Earnest … Read more »

  • Carmignac Gestion appoints new Nordic chief

    Carmignac Gestion has announced the appointment of Mikael Fellbom as Head of Country for the Nordic region. In his new role he will be tasked with bolstering the firm’s presence amongst its professional clients and providing the best possible bespoke … Read more »

  • ING CEO to step down in October

    Dutch bank ING has announced that Jan Hommen, the firm’s chief executive officer, is to step down with effect from 1 October 2013. Hommen will be succeeded by Chief Executive Officer of ING Belgium Ralph Hamers. In addition, Hommen’s four … Read more »