SOUTHEAST

Morgan Stanley of New York has hired Irl Solomon as an executive director and investment representative of its private wealth management group in Miami.

Solomon was a director at Credit Suisse, where he had worked since 1997.

At Morgan Stanley he will oversee ultra-high-net-worth accounts in southern Florida and Latin America.

 


 SunTrust Banks Inc. of Atlanta has hired Seno Bril as a managing director and the head of international wealth management.

Bril was the head of private and institutional wealth management in Amsterdam for BNP Paribas. Before that he was the general manager of the company's office in Miami. Earlier he was the chairman and chief executive officer of the company's investment services. He had worked for BNP Paribas for 30 years.

 


 Capital One Financial Corp. of McLean, Va., has hired Colleen Taylor as the head of treasury management and merchant services for Capital One Bank.

Taylor was senior vice president of global payments and liquidity services for Wachovia Corp. and oversaw the company's liquidity management strategy. Before that she was a senior vice president of revenue and balance management for JPMorgan Chase & Co. She is a member of Capital One's commercial banking group and reports to Michael Slocum. She is based in New York.


MIDDLE ATLANTICBank of New York Mellon Corp. has promoted Samir Pandiri to chief executive officer of shareowner services.

Pandiri was the head of international global corporate trust for the company, which he joined in 2005. Before that he worked in corporate trust services for JPMorgan Chase & Co. Earlier he worked for Bankers Trust, which Deutsche Bank AG bought in 1998.


INTERNATIONALUBS AG of Zurich has promoted Alex Wilmot-Sitwell and Carsten Kengeter to co-chief executive officers of its investment bank.

Wilmot-Sitwell has been the chairman and CEO of the Europe, Middle East and Asia group for UBS since January 2008. He joined the company in 2005 as a joint global head of the investment banking department.

Kengeter joined UBS in September as a joint global head of fixed income, currencies and commodities.

The two succeeded Jerker Johansson, who had been the chairman CEO of UBS Investment Bank since joining the company in February 2008. Before that he had been the head of institutional equity for Morgan Stanley since 2005.

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