Bank of America/Merrill Lynch has recruited David Oman from UBS to serve as chief risk officer for Europe, the Middle East and Africa operations, according to a press release from the company.

“As we strengthen our international risk strategy, it is critical that we have strong regional leadership,” said Bruce Thompson, chief risk officer at Bank of America.

Oman’s was European chief risk officer and global head of counterparty credit risk at UBS.

Meanwhile, Deutsche Bank’s Private Wealth Management division recruited Arnaud de Servigny to the new position of managing director, head of investment strategy and implementation. Servigny was the global head of research and strategy at Barclays Wealth. In that role, he created the investment philosophy for individual portfolio risk management, according to a spokesperson in a phone interview.

Deutsche Bank also appointed former Merrill Lynch manager Anita Nemes as global head of capital introduction. While based in London, she will lead the bank’s effort to give its hedge fund clients access to institutional sources of capital. She will report to the regional heads of Prime Finance sales, the company said.

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