Goldie-Morrison named chief executive of Calyon Americas

Calyon has appointed Duncan Goldie-Morrison as chief executive of Calyon Americas.

Goldie-Morrison was formerly New York-based head of longer-term investments at  alternative asset managers Ritchie Capital. Until 2003, he served as Bank of America’s head of global markets and head of Asia and Latin America. He takes up his new post at Calyon at the beginning of September and will be based in New York.

Goldie-Morrison replaces Jean-Marc Moriani, who is leaving to become head of corporate and investment banking at Natixis in Paris. Moriani takes up his new post at the end of August.

Natixis was formed from the merger of various businesses of Paris-based Groupe Caisse d’Epargne and Groupe Banque Populaire at the end of 2006. Moriani will be the first sole head of the integrated group, which was formerly jointly managed by Olivier Schatz and Bernard Migus. Schatz now moves to the US to become chief executive of the bank’s subsidiary there, and take responsibility for all its North American activities. Migus is leaving to pursue a personal interest in consulting, according to the company, although he will retain several non-executive roles.

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