Aug 3 (Reuters) - The following financial services
industry appointments were announced on Friday. To inform us of other job changes, email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The bank appointed Eugenio Cavenaghi as director for trade and working capital product management, Europe. Cavenaghi joins Barclays from UniCredit, where he was global head of trade product development and sales facilitation.
The financial services company said it is expanding the role of British investment banker Hew Glyn Davies to include vice-chairman of the Swiss bank's overall U.K. activities, an effort to better join up the securities unit with money-management for the wealthy.
ERNST & YOUNG LLP
The firm said it appointed Mark Gibson and Josh Herrenkohl as co-leaders of the firm's construction and real estate advisory services practice in the United States. They succeed Mark Costello, who recently assumed the role of Ernst & Young global leader of real estate advisory services.
The company, which specializes in audit, advisory, accounting and tax services, appointed Phil Verity as U.K. Senior Partner with effect from Sept. 1. He will replace David Evans.
(Compiled by Vishal Krishnan Menon in Bangalore) Keywords: FINANCIAL MOVES/
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