Here's a few of the latest moves as reported by Reuters.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch named a long-standing capital markets specialist, Rupert Hume-Kendall, as chairman of its corporate and investment banking business in Europe, after a revamp of the division's management.
BNP Paribas, making good on its chief executive's promise to expand outside of its troubled European base, has filled a long-vacant senior sales position in its fixed-income business in the United States.
Jonathan Bass, who since April had been head of high-yield sales at Mizuho Financial Group's U.S. broker-dealer, joined BNP this week to run U.S. fixed-income distribution and origination in New York.
Advisers Dick Nierling, and his two sons, Richard and Alex Nierling, and Alan Henry, moved to RBC last week from Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, where they managed more than $230m in client assets and generated $2.2m in annual revenue last year.
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