Daily People Moves – 14 January

Hedge Funds

Gregory Leveto will join Oak Hill Advisors with an expected focus on special situations and private credit. He joins from Deutsche Bank where he was a Managing Director in Structured Finance and Head of Strategic Opportunities.

Ken Griffin, Citadel’s billionaire Founder and Chief Executive Officer, is backing a new firm launched by Surveyor Capital Portfolio Manager Jack Woodruff.


John Worth, Chief Financial Officer of MS Amlin, is moving to a lead role at Hastings.

MAPFRE has appointed Christopher Smith as its Chief Global Brokers Officer.

Private Banking / Wealth Management

UBS advisor duo, Daniel Conners and Michael Crawford has left the wirehouse to open an RIA.

Lumen Capital Investors has been hiring top bankers from larger rivals, in a move to expand the business, including Michael Chin, from UBS Asset Management Singapore where he was CEO and Head of UBS Asset Management South East Asia from 2015 to 2018, and Elsie Chua who joins from EFG International.

Daniel Sauter, Julius Baer’s long-standing Chairman, will not stand for reelection, and the Swiss private bank is proposing that former Credit Suisse trading veteran, Romeo Lacher will take his place.

Private Equity / Direct Investment

Sanne, has opened an office in Tokyo and appointed Mark Bennett as Country Head of their Japanese business. He joins from State Street where he was responsible for their offshore funds business.


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