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  • People moves in brief

    People moves in brief

    Krupa to replace Cabannes at SG — JP Morgan reshuffles activist defence business — Credit Suisse gives Cohen new position

  • Market welcomes new Natixis CEO Namias

    Market welcomes new Natixis CEO Namias

    Investors appeared positive on Natixis's prospects after Nicolas Namias replaced François Riahi as chief executive. Meanwhile, the bank has said it will reposition its equities division after it endured another tough quarter.

  • Taylor returns to Goldman for Australia ECM job

    Ian Taylor has rejoined Goldman Sachs, as head of equity capital markets for Australia and New Zealand, following a short stint at a fintech-focused merchant bank in the US.

  • Commerz warns on corona impact for corporate clients

    Commerz warns on corona impact for corporate clients

    Commerzbank expects its corporate division to remain under pressure from the coronavirus crisis in the second half of the year, after a second quarter where international firms rushed to take out debt products but the bank was stung by a large single provision, understood to relate to disgraced payments company, Wirecard.

  • Citi moves MTN banker to SSA syndicate

    Citi moves MTN banker to SSA syndicate

    Charles-Antoine Roche has joined Citi’s sovereign, supranational and agency syndicate desk after spending over a decade in the bank’s medium term notes business.

  • Mediolanum hires Goldman alum in Dublin

    Mediolanum hires Goldman alum in Dublin

    Mediolanum International Funds Ltd (MIFL), the international asset management arm of Italy’s Mediolanum has appointed a new portfolio manager for its European equities team in Dublin.

  • SG finds new head for investment bank

    SG finds new head for investment bank

    Slawomir Krupa will replace Séverin Cabannes to lead Société Générale’s global banking and investor solutions (GBIS) activities from next year. The division reported a net loss of €604m in the first half of the year.

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