UPDATE 3-MOVES-Tremont, Sagent, Deutsche Bank, State Street
NEW YORK, June 26 (Reuters) - The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Thursday. To inform us of other job changes, please e-mail email@example.com.
TREMONT CAPITAL MANAGEMENT
Tremont Capital Management, a manager of fund of hedge fund portfolios, said that Robert Schulman, chairman of Tremont Group Holdings Inc, is retiring effective July 7.
The boutique investment bank said it hired Thomas Rosen as a managing director in its energy and power team in New York. Rosen previously worked at Banc of America Securities.
Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) said it has appointed Amrit Singh to head its mergers and acquisitions team at its Indian unit. Singh will move from London, where he has worked for Deutsche for the past decade.
BANK OF IRELAND CORPORATE BANKING (BKIR.I)
The bank said it had created a new retail and leisure sector team that will be headed by Martin Russell, who will be assisted by Darragh Brady. Based in London, the team will have an international remit, and further appointments are expected during 2008.
Russell joins Bank of Ireland from HSBC.
STATE STREET GLOBAL ADVISORS (STT.N)
The investment management arm of State Street Corp (STT.N), said it made two new senior appointments to its international business.
Bernard Reilly, senior managing director, overseeing the Asia Pacific (ex-Japan) region, will expand his role to also include Japan.
Greg Ehret, senior managing director, and head of European sales and distribution, has been named head of SSgA's business in Europe, the Middle East and South Africa.
BNY MELLON ASSET SERVICING
The company has appointed Rex Wong as a market segmentation specialist within the global product management team. He will be based in Hong Kong and will be responsible for market and sector analysis, as well as defining and coordinating the implementation of future strategic growth opportunities across Asia. (Compiled by Dan Wilchins in New York and Kuganandhan Paramanandan in Bangalore; editing by Carol Bishopric)
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