| Sept 12
Sept 12 Credit Suisse AG named three
trading executives to new roles within its global markets
division following the departure last week of the unit's head
Timothy O'Hara, the Swiss bank said on Monday.
The moves were disclosed in an internal memo sent to
employees. A Credit Suisse spokeswoman confirmed the memo's
David Miller has been named as global head of credit. He
will also continue in his role as head of global credit
Jay Kim, who had led global asset finance since 2011, is now
the global head of securitized products.
Jay Buccola has taken on the newly created role of head of
securitized products trading. He was most recently the head of
private label trading.
O'Hara stepped down just over 10 months into the job after
taking over the newly formed global markets division in a major
restructuring of the bank led by CEO Tidjane Thiam. O'Hara was
replaced by Brian Chin, the bank's co-head of credit.
(Reporting by Olivia Oran in New York; Editing by Will Dunham)