Oct 11 The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Tuesday. To inform us of other job changes, email email@example.com.
UNICREDIT CORPORATE & INVESTMENT BANKING
UniCredit Corporate and Investment Bank appointed Matthias Janssen and Alexander Vart co-heads of equity capital markets, Germany, and Andrea Petruzzello head of corporate finance advisory, Italy.
DEUTSCHE BANK AG
Deutsche Bank's Asia Pacific wealth management head Ravi Raju is leaving to join UBS, a source with direct knowledge of the move told Reuters on Tuesday. The German bank later confirmed Raju's exit in a statement, adding its head of wealth management in North Asia Lok Yim would succeed him with immediate effect.
CITADEL SECURITIES LLC
Citadel Securities LLC said on Tuesday it has hired Haddon Kirk, who has been head of exchange-traded funds trading for UBS AG's U.S. investment bank.
ICBC STANDARD BANK PLC
The UK bank named Juliano Mattar head of investor sales, local markets and illiquid credit.
Bob Diamond, former chief executive of Barclays, is to step in as interim chairman at Atlas Mara, the African financial services company in which he has a major interest.
LOCAL PENSIONS PARTNERSHIP
Local Pensions Partnership named Tom Richardson chief risk officer.
The financial services company named Marc Smart managing director of its investor relations team, effective Jan. 1.
Bank of America's Merrill Lynch hired Michael Duffy as a director and wealth strategist, to be based in Atlanta.
Canadian private equity firm appointed Brian Horton portfolio manager at Onex Credit, which focuses on non-investment grade credit investing and manages about $7.5 billion.
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
Miguel Roman has retired from his position as co-lead of US loan capital markets at Royal Bank of Canada, a bank spokesperson said. (Compiled by Ahmed Farhatha and Rishika Sadam in Bengaluru)
UPDATE 1-Morrison raises Marmite price by 12 pct after "Marmitegate"
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UPDATE 2-Royal Caribbean says confident of doubling profit; shares soar
* Shares up about 10 pct, set for best day since 2011 (Adds CEO comments from analyst call, background, updates shares)