?Fieldstone Inc has announced its acquisition by South African
investment bank Gensec, following the build up of a close
relationship over several years. Charles Hill, Fieldstone's founder
and president, assumes the position of chief operating officer. He
will continue to manage Fieldstone's operations jointly with Murray
Louw, the head of Gensec Bank's international operations and new
chief executive officer of Fieldstone.
?Carl Islam, has left UK Solicitors Mills & Co to set up his
own practise ? Averose & Co Limited. For further details go to
?Andrea Mazzotto has taken up a position on Babcock & Brown's
European rail team. He will be based in Milan and most recently
worked for Italy's state railway Ferrovie dello Stato.
?Thomas C. Havens has joined the New York office of Jones, Day,
Reavis & Pogue as a partner in the capital markets practice.
Havens comes from Winston & Strawn. Jones Day has also
announced the hiring of five new associates in Shanghai, including
Jin Ding who comes from the project finance team at Clifford
?Chris Houston has resigned from his post as head of the
Infrastructure Advisory Group at Citigroup, previously the Schroder
Salomon Smith Barney's project finance team. He is replaced by
Kathie Painter and John Burnham has been named as the new chairman.
?Vinson & Elkins has taken Peter Gaines on to its project
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