Morgan Stanley has hired Martin Kesselring as head of investment banking for Switzerland.He will be responsible for growing Morgan Stanley’s investment banking team in Switzerland and will report to Dominique Lancksweert, managing director responsible for investment banking in Benelux and Switzerland.
Kesselring has worked in investment banking for 14 years, and joins Morgan Stanley from UBS, where he had worked for four years. At UBS, his most recent role was as Swiss co-head of investment banking and client coverage. Before that, between 1994 and 2004, Kesselring worked at JP Morgan, holding senior roles in European telecoms and northern Europe investment banking coverage.
Kesselring is currently based in London but will relocate to Zurich.
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