People moves in brief — May 9, 2019

Schlesinger leaves Santander – New responsibilities for Ross – Soc Gen shuffles markets top brass

  • By Alexander Saeedy, Burhan Khadbai, Francesca Young, Michael Turner, Silas Brown
  • 09 May 2019

Santander PP banker departs

Santander’s head of continental European private placement origination has left the bank after nearly 13 years with the firm, but only the last five months in that role.

David Schlesinger had been with Santander Corporate and Investment Banking since January 2015, when he was hired to join ...

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