Feb 21 (Reuters) - The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Tuesday. To inform us of other job changes, email email@example.com.
The Luxembourg-based investment services company said it named Manuela Froehlich as global head of business development.
The investment management firm appointed two senior executives at its London and Manchester offices.
The unit of investment management firm The Vanguard Group Inc named Sebastian Kulps head of business development for Germany.
The London-based financial and advisory services provider said it named Arnaud Rousse-Lacordaire as operating partner for Luxembourg.
The financial information services firm named Ian Linnell president of Fitch Ratings Inc, effective immediately.
The ratings agency named Jelena Babajeva as head of energy, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, for its global infrastructure and project finance group (GIG).
The unit of JPMorgan Chase & Co named Oliver Gregson as head of its UK and Nordics markets.
The London-based insurance broker named Tony Pugh as head of defined contribution solutions for Europe, Middle East and Africa.
The UK-based investment manager said it named Anna Hull as chief risk officer and appointed her to the company’s board.
The UK-based investment management firm named Luke Hyde-Smith as portfolio manager, head of third party fund selection.
The banking firm named Saul Proctor as a director within its financial sponsors team.
Sanjay Bajaj, managing director and head of ECM at HSBC Securities and Capital Markets India, has left the firm, a person with knowledge of the matter said.
Suzanne Cain, head of debt sales in Europe at Deutsche Bank, is moving to BlackRock, one of the largest fund managers in the world with $5.1 trillion in assets under management.
The bank appointed its global head of mergers and acquisitions Thomas Piquemal as chief country officer for France on Monday.
The bank has appointed Karen Peetz and Ronald Sargent as new independent directors to its board, the company said in a statement on Monday.
The Japanese financial services company hired Stefano Giudici from HSBC to head its investment banking for Italy, and appointed Guillaume Paillard to its coverage team for financial institutions in Europe.
Alan Kerr is stepping down from his role as senior managing director at Blackstone’s credit arm GSO Capital Partners, the firm said in a statement.
Kuwait Investment Authority, one of the world’s biggest sovereign funds, appointed Farouk Bastaki as managing director to replace Bader Mohammed al-Saad, newspaper al-Rai reported on Monday, quoting unnamed sources.
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group has hired Jennifer Kusuma as senior Asia rates strategist, the bank said in a press release.
Former DBS Bank veteran Benjamin Wong has resurfaced at the Taiwanese lender.
The financial services company has hired Declan Turner as a business development manager for its corporate trust team in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Denis Gambi has joined the investment management firm as director of institutional business for Australia, according to a statement from the company. (Compiled by Ankit Ajmera in Bengaluru)