Food watchdog to ask shoppers how much horse is ‘acceptable’.
‘Ivan the Terrible’ dancer admits to Bolshoi acid attack.
Famed Desert Rats to lose their tanks under Army cuts.
BlackBerry opts against Lewis Hamilton ad campaign.
Barclaycard brand chief Gary Twelvetree departs.
Virgin recruits Nigel Gilbert to refocus the brand’s ‘game-changing’ ethos.
Hearst hires Microsoft’s Stephen Edwards for digital role.
NOMURA HOLDINGS INC
The Japanese brokerage replaced its chief financial officer and shrunk its line-up of senior managers as part of its largest annual reshuffle in a decade. Nomura said Shigesuke Kashiwagi, a 31-year company veteran who has recently focused on regulatory affairs, would become chief financial officer, replacing Junko Nakagawa, who will head the group’s internal audit operations.
The banking and financial services company appointed Payman Jassim as a director within its trade and working capital transaction management team. Jassim was previously with JP Morgan.
The financial services company named Dominique Leimer as head of wealth management, Dubai International Financial Center. Leimar was earlier with Black Pearl Capital.
MORGAN STANLEY WEALTH MANAGEMENT
The top U.S. brokerage said on Tuesday it had hired three veteran advisers from rival brokerage UBS Wealth Management Americas, expanding its adviser force in New York and Tennessee.
The new recruits, who joined on Friday, were senior vice presidents at UBS, where they managed a combined $296 million in client assets.
The New York-based asset management company named Hirofumi Gomi as an executive advisor for its Tokyo-based unit, Neuberger Berman East Asia.
The company appointed Ashley Cooke as the director of business development. Cooke was a vice president at Cliffwater, LLC in the New York Office before joining Maglan.
The company named Chris Down as a wealth adviser. Down was previously with NatWest.
The wealth manager appointed Richard Campbell as a stockbroker. Campbell previously worked at HB Markets.
STATE STREET GLOBAL ADVISORS
The asset management business of State Street Corp named Maria Dwyer as chief risk officer. Dwyer was previously with MFS Investment Management.