UBS chooses Uden and Di Stasi as ECM co-heads after Guenthardt

UBS has appointed Darrell Uden and Chicco Di Stasi, two of its big name hires over the last two years, as co-heads of EMEA equity capital markets to replace Peter Guenthardt. The move is designed to bring closer together the cash, equity-linked and derivatives parts of the business.

  • 24 Feb 2012
Guenthardt has already taken on the job of chief executive of the investment bank in Switzerland but UBS took its time and got bonus season out of the way before announcing the succession plan in a memo to staff on Wednesday. EuroWeek had reported the new appointments on ...

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5 Citi 9,178.92 27 5.28%

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