UBS moves Renwick to ECM after departures

UBS has given new jobs in its European equity capital markets business to several senior bankers after the resignation in May of Louise Wilson, head of EMEA equity capital markets, and the departure this week of Nick Hanbury-Williams, who ran block trades in EMEA.

  • 11 Jul 2008

Jim Renwick, who recently rejoined the bank as a vice chairman of the investment banking division will join the bank’s ECM team, marketing and pitching especially to sponsors.

Peter Guenthardt will lead the block trading and syndicate teams following the departure of Hanbury-Williams.

Wilson will leave at the end of ...

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