? Denton Wilde Sapte's banking and finance department have acquired three new recruits from Mayer Brown & Platt. Nigel Weiss is taking up a position as partner on the asset finance team. Francis Sergejew is to be a senior solicitor on the asset finance team, whilst Dominic Spacie is joining the project finance team.
? Richard Millward has been appointed as a director at Rothschild, where he will head up a new team focusing on advising and arranging debt finance for infrastructure in the UK and Europe. He was formerly head of the project finance advisory business at Dresdner Kleinwort Capital. Andrew Sanders and Richard Turner are making the move with him and will be assistant directors on the same team.
? Mark Magnus and Michael Johnston have left Macquarie Bank and UBS Warburg respectively to join the project and leveraged finance team of Credit Agricole Indosuez Australia. Magnus is to be associate director for project finance and Johnston head of leveraged finance. Both will report to the head of project finance, Don Parsonage.
?Chris Vermont is moving from the origination and execution department at ANZ to become head of primary markets group Europe, Middle East and South Asia. The appointment reflects ANZ's initiative to strengthen the team in London as a response to growing...
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