The past week saw appointments from LSEG, BTIG, LedgerEdge, Millennium and the FCA, as well as a departure from Royal London AM.
Incoming managing directors will be based in London, joining from Citigroup and Seaport Global, respectively.
Incoming managing director brings over 20 years’ experience to BTIG, having previously served at Exane, HSBC and SG Americas Securities.
New managing director will be responsible for expanding the agency broker’s institutional equities business after spending the last 14 years at Goldman Sachs.
New head of US financial institutions for MUFG’s debt capital markets group has previously served at BTIG, JP Morgan, Oppenheimer, Bear Stearns and The Bank of New York.
Event desks are recruiting ahead of an anticipated uptick in UK M&A deals, with the UK seeing more than $300bn worth of deals to June 2021 on a rolling 12-month basis, according to Citi research.
Shingo Yatsui will run the new entity in Tokyo at BTIG, focusing on building a local team and strengthening the investment banking business.
Neil Roberts and Matt Austin join BTIG as equity sales trader and equity trader respectively in its London-based institutional equities division from Barclays.
Hugo Clark joins BTIG from UBS to lead European trading and distribution operations in the latest senior hire for the broker.
Imran Khan and Andrew Chappell join BTIG as managing directors focused on EMEA loan and claims trading and loan sourcing and sales on the fixed income credit desk in London.