People News: Moves at UBS, BofA, Bank of England, WL Ross and UniCredit

eFC logo
Bank of England

UBS’s head of investment banking for the Americas, Aryeh Bourkoff, resigned to “pursue other opportunities.” [DealBook]

UBS named Gerard Cremoux head of its Latin American investment bank in Sao Paulo. [Bloomberg]

MarketAxess Holdings is losing Nicolas Rohatyn, a prominent financier who has helped shape the electronic trading platform for more than a decade. [DealBook]

UniCredit named Giuseppe Vita to chairman. [WSJ]

David Storper, who leads strategy for hedge fund WL Ross, is leaving the firm in October. [Businessweek]

Gonzalo Chocano, formerly of Bank of America Merrill Lynch, was hired by StormHarbour Securities, a brokerage founded by former Citigroup traders. [Bloomberg]

Jay Luo, who formerly ran the Asian operations of SAC Capital Advisors, is joining Dymon Asia Capital. [Businessweek]

Bank of England approached Mark Carney, the governor of Canada’s central bank, as a potential candidate to succeed Mervyn King. [Financial Times]

Arthur Nadel, who had been sentenced to 14 years in prison for securities fraud, died at 80 in the federal prison in Butner, N.C. [AP]

Popular job sectors


Search jobs

Search articles