Jersey threatens to break with UK over tax backlash.
Under fire RBS cancels all its Wimbledon hospitality in the wake of NatWest fiasco.
News Corporation confirms it is considering a split into two companies. Rupert Murdoch’s firm will look into separating publishing assets and film and TV businesses into two listed companies.
Facebook names Sheryl Sandberg as its first female director.
Mel Cruickshank, the chief executive of Lida, has been poached by Wunderman to lead its UK operation.
Travelocity International, which owns Lastminute.com, has recruited Sarah Bartlett as its first chief marketing officer, to oversee its portfolio of brands following a restructure.
The Connecticut-based startup said late on Monday it hired veteran private banker David Zoll from Barclays’ wealth division, expanding the firm’s New York base of advisers catering to ultra-high-net-worth clients.
Zoll joined Fieldpoint on Friday from Barclays, where he managed the investment and banking needs of 40 ultra-high-net-worth families.
The Swiss Bank will move Benjamin Happ, the head of capital services for its prime brokerage unit in the Asia-Pacific, to Boston, sources familiar with the matter said.
GREENHILL & CO INC
Greenhill named Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz’s partner Gavin Solotar managing director and general counsel as the independent investment bank continues to hire top talent.
The investment management company appointed Hidehiro Nakayama representative director and president of its institutional asset management company, Northern Trust global investments Japan K. K., in Tokyo.
Nakayama joined Northern Trust in 2011 as executive managing director.
The consultancy firm appointed Chintu Ramchandran as chief executive officer for its offshore operations. He was earlier working with Accenture Plc. Ramchandran will be based in Bangalore, India.
ING INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT
The company appointed Nityanand Prabhu as acting chief of ING Investment Management India, following the resignation of CEO Navin Suri, who is moving out of India due to family commitments, the company said in a statement.
Prabhu has been with ING IM India for five years, most recently as chief operating officer. In his new role, Prabhu will be based in Mumbai.
The firm named Darren Walker as portfolio manager on the Finisterre Global Opportunity Fund. Darren was formerly the managing director at JPMorgan Chase.